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Trilogy of Statewide Coffee Table Books? Next Book About State History

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Bill Sniffin

As of this writing, more than 21,000 of our Wyoming-themed coffee table books are in circulation, a figure that completely staggers my imagination.

And thanks to all of you who bought these books. 

Today’s Dining for Cause Benefits High School Project

Tyson Emborg, left, and Don Julian made an appearance on Sheridan Media's Morning Show. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

Sheridan High School’s activities director says today is a big day.

The Human Side of World War II

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Local historian Val Burgess of Sheridan shared the human side of the prisoners of war of World War II in her presentation at the Big Horn City Historical Society’s February meeting. Part of her continuing research includes a suitcase filled with letters, thanking Cora Reed.

Numbers Up for School Facilities Users

Nearly 16,000 people took advantage of the after-hours recreational opportunities offered by Sheridan schools for the first five months of this school year.

Getting Ready for Spring-Time Fishing

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Fishing season is right around the corner, so the Little Big Horn Chapter of Trout Unlimited hosted a fly tying clinic Saturday at the Fly Shop of the Big Horns on Main Street in Sheridan.

Behind the Scenes Saturday

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Saturday morning was the first of three monthly “Behind the Scenes Saturdays” to be held at the Sheridan County Museum until the museum opens the first of May. Museum Director John Woodward explains.

College President Lauds Whitney for Contributions

Much of the work currently under way on the Sheridan College campus has been funded by the Whitney Benefits Foundation.

First-Ever Wyoming Cowboy Hall of Fame

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Saturday night was a night of celebration as five local men from Region 5 in Wyoming were inducted into the Wyoming Cowboy Hall of Fame. Organizer Liz Kincaid explains what these cowboys had to do to earn the honor.

This Week’s Poll Question

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Congress is at a loggerhead over funding for the Department of Homeland Security. Funding will run out on February 27th if Congress fails to act.

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