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The Wyoming Engineering Society held their 96th annual convention in Sheridan Thursday and Friday. The convention included engineers, surveyors, and exhibitors from around the region with products related to engineering and surveying.

As the U.S. Senate considers bipartisan legislation to reform our nation’s energy infrastructure, Senator Enzi of Wyoming took to the Senate floor this week to discuss how coal plays an essential role in our country.

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The glassware’s all shined up, the clothes and accessories are on display and the furniture is staged for the Sheridan Senior Center’s soft opening of the Green Boomerang thrift shop.

The Sheridan Senior Center’s thrift shop reopens this weekend at the new location. Sheridan Media’s Leslie Stratmoen has the update.

by Kelsey Dayton | WyoFile.com

Cliff Manuel knew what he saw, even though his nephew, geologist Erik Kvale, was skeptical. It wasn’t the right type of formation.

Creating a better understanding of immigrants and immigration law is what a university professor hopes to do for Saturday U. That’s the free day of college classes offered Saturday in Sheridan by the University of Wyoming.

We received an update this week on the new Intensive Care Unit construction project ongoing at the Sheridan Memorial Hospital from foundation Director Ada Kirven.

Carrie Pilcher who introduced herself as a certified brain injury specialist for Rehabilitation Enterprises of North Eastern Wyoming, or RENEW, presented the lunch program Wednesday for the Council of Social Agencies.

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