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SHERIDAN COLLEGE NEWS RELEASE
Sheridan College announced today the hiring of Dr. Leah Barrett as the new Vice President for Student Affairs.

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce's Winter Gathering was this past Saturday evening.
It was a fun event featuring a four-course gourmet meal with a wine pairing, music, prizes and a chance to honor some of the volunteers that have made chamber events possible for a number of years.

Martin Luther Grammar School hosted their 2nd annual Dad and Daughter Dance Saturday night in the Exhibition Hall of the Sheridan County Fairgrounds.

Saturday, 73 5th through 8th grade students, from all schools across the county, took part in the county-wide spelling bee, all with hopes to continue on to national competition.

The Associated Press has confirmed that Liz Cheney has filed to run for the U.S. House seat soon to be vacated by Cynthia Lummis of Wyoming. The elder daughter of former vice president Dick Cheney is ready to announce her run for the congressional seat on Monday.

The Wyoming Legislature’s Joint Appropriations Committee recently completed their “markup” of the governor’s proposed budget for the biennium. The JAC elected to cut $45 million from K-12 education funding over the next two years.

An organization that pairs war veterans with horses for therapy will be the beneficiary of next month’s Dining for a Cause, which is Monday, at Frackelton’s in Sheridan.

Stepping into the room, I was surrounded by cows. No, I was not in a barn, I was at the SAGE art center in the midst of Sonja Caywood’s one-woman show of about 30 paintings of cows.

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