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April 27th, 2015

College to Meet in Work Session

Northern Wyoming Community College District trustees have scheduled a morning-long work session on Thursday at Sheridan College.

Sagebrush Announces First Juried Photography Show

Local photographer Adam Jahiel will judge the Sagebrush Art Center's first juried photography show next month.

Another big week on the local sports scene / Rockies win at Arizona / Lady Bronc Senior signs to play college hoops

TRACK AND FIELD - This week the Wyoming Track Classic will be held in Casper all the top times and distances in all events this spring will all be in Casper for the all-star meet Friday at Kelly Walsh high school.

The Broncs and Lady Broncs will be back in Casper for an invitational at KW Saturday

SOCCER - The Bronc and Lady Bronc soccer teams get back into conference play this week. They will both start the week ranked number one in 4-A the Lady Broncs will play at Laramie and Cheyenne South while the Broncs play at home.

Kraft Recognized for Work With Seniors

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Kraft, pictured on the left, was honored at the Keystone Awards for her work with the Sheridan Senior Center and other accomplishments. Photo by Ron Richter.

A local community member was recognized for her lifetime of work with senior citizens in the Sheridan area. Hannah Stepenoff has the story.

PBS Cartoon Character to Visit Sheridan Library

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The Sheridan Fulmer Public Library is hosting a visit from PBS cartoon star “Super Why!”--the title character of a children’s fantasy series that focuses on modern reworkings of fairy tale classics.

Woman Arrested After Shooting at Gillette Hotel

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GILLETTE, Wyo. (AP) - Police have arrested a 24-year-old woman accused of shooting another woman in the leg with a pistol at a Gillette hotel.

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College Music Department to Host Concert in Big Horn

The Sheridan College music department will present a concert on May 10 in the Big Horn High School auditorium in Big Horn.

Chamber Lunch This Month Is A BLM 'Creature Feature'

This month's Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Luncheon will present Allison Ginn of the Buffalo (BLM) Bureau of Land Management Field Office giving information on some of the unique creatures of the high plains and pointing out wildlife watching opportunities on public lands in the Sheridan and Buffalo areas.

Council Approves Requests From Buffalo Youth Baseball

Buffalo's City Council approved a number of letter requests from the Buffalo Youth Baseball League during their last regular meeting.