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The Sheridan Fire-Rescue station, located in downtown Sheridan, held their annual fall open house to correspond with Fire Prevention Awareness Week that began on Oct. 5.

Waves of pink covered Whitney Commons Saturday as over 700 pink-clad participants took part in the 6th annual Link-Partners in Pink walk/run. Organizer Ada Kirven was out there shimming to the music and tells us what the event is all about.

As part of its outreach into the community, Sheridan College hosted this month's Science Saturday with an emphasis on anatomy and physiology.

Professor of Anatomy and Physiology, Tyler Karnes says bones are tough enough to be handled by children.

The University of Wyoming has released its enrollment figures for this fall. UW spokesman Jim Kearns says the total figures show 12,932 undergraduate and graduate students enrolled, an increase of four students from last year.

A Buffalo Church is turning 130 this Sunday, Hannah Stepenoff has the details.

The Sheridan Artists Guild held an artists' reception at the SAGE Gallery Thursday evening and Laura Lehan, executive director for SAGE, describes the work on display.

United State Senator for Wyoming, Mike Enzi, is encouraging college students and graduates to apply for an internship in his Washington D.C. office this spring.

The Black Tooth Brewing Co. invites area residents to “fill a growler for growlers” starting at noon on Friday.

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