The Sisters in Christ group invite area women to join them for a morning of fellowship, fun, laughter, encouragement and inspiration. A non-denominational organization, the “Everyday Woman: Ordinary to Extraordinary” presentation will take place Saturday, March 5th from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead gave his closing remarks during separate speeches to both the Senate and House of Representatives Thursday to close down the 61st session of the Legislature.

Child Advocacy of the Bighorns is looking for those interested in becoming a CASA, Court-Appointed Special Advocate, for children in Sheridan and Johnson Counties.

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead signed the Supplemental Budget bill Wednesday. The Governor did veto two portions of the bill; spending $450,000 to purchase land for a new Governor's Residence, and the funding of increased judicial salaries.

Nearly 100 students from Wyoming, South Dakota and Montana will be in Sheridan next week to compete in the 9th Annual “Border Wars” competition. Sheridan College Agriculture Instructor Chuck Holloway explains the categories that students will be competing in.

The Wyoming Department of Education has released the 2009-2010 high school graduation rates. Both Sheridan County School District One and Two had a higher graduation rate then the previous year.

This Saturday evening, March 5th will be the Sheridan Salvation Army's annual dinner and night to honor eight “Unsung Heroes” of the community.

Wyoming doesn't have $50 million to spare, according to U.S. Senator Mike Enzi who said that a study released Tuesday by two Congressional committees affirms why the President's Health Care law is unworkable.

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