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Sheridan Hosts Wyoming Engineering Society Convention

Mike Donnell, Big Horn Regional Water Board Member representing the City of Worland and Dayton Alsaker with Dowl Engineering of Sheridan accept the Wyoming Engineering Society Project of the Year Award. (Photo Ron Richter ©)

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.

Senator Enzi: America Runs on Coal

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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.

UPDATE: 'Boomerang' Circles Back, Today

Along with clothing, the thrift store features a variety of decorative items. (Photo Copyright Leslie Stratmoen)

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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.

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 6, 1916

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Feb. 6, 1916.

Senior Center’s ‘Green Boomerang’ Thrift Store Opens Saturday

Volunteer Suzanne Beaudelaire stopped for a minute while setting up the display window. (Photo Copyright Leslie Stratmoen)

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

Wyoming’s Bighorn Basin is a Jurassic Classroom

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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.

Free Saturday U Class Focuses on Immigration

UW Professor Suzan Pritchett will be teaching the class on immigration. (Submitted Photo)

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.

Food Still Being Collected for Super Bowl Food Drive

Canned goods and non-perishable foods are still being collected for the local Food Bank by the Sheridan County Retired Education Personnel and the local AARP.

Sheridan Man Sentenced for Multiple Charges

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A Sheridan man was sentenced on three separate charges in Fourth Judicial District Court in Sheridan Thursday. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Scott Foundation Generage Group Gives $10,000 to Camp POSTCARD

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Pictured Heath Steel (Volunteers of America Northern Rockies Chief Operating Officer), Jeff (Volunteers of America Northern Rockies CEO & President), Geoffrey Scott (Scott family member and Generage Fund representative) and Bill Bensel (Volunteers of America Northern Rockies Director of Grants. (photo courtesy of VOA

The Scott Foundation Generage Group has awarded $10,000 for Volunteers of America Camp POSTCARD in Montana and Wyoming. According to a news release from VOA, Camp POSTCARD is structured to build a trusting and longstanding rapport between the children who attend the camp, and the counselors.

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