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Sheridan Climber Reaches Cho Oyu Summit

Climber Darren Rogers of Sheridan, who we’ve been following for weeks on his trek to the top of the Cho Oyu Mountain in Tibet, has made it to the top – nearly 27,000 feet.

Police Investigating Missing, Damaged Sculptures

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Art in downtown Sheridan has turned up missing and or damaged. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the details.

Governor Mead Disappointed in Federal Judge's Decision

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Wyoming Governor Matt Mead expressed his disappointment with a Federal Judge's decision Tuesday to remand gray wolf management from Wyoming back to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. U.S.

Gosar's Approach to Economic Development

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Wyoming Democratic candidate for governor Pete Gosar feels that current Governor Matt Mead's economic development efforts the past couple of years have been a bit off track.

University President Says School's On Track

President Dick McGinity of the University of Wyoming set three goals as he came into the job nine months ago – to develop successful graduates, achieve excellence at the university and to improve engagement, statewide.

Buffalo Mayor To Speak At Senior Center Wednesday

Buffalo Mayor Randy Dyess will be giving a short presentation and then offering a question and answer period at a special speaking engagement Wednesday afternoon at the Buffalo Senior Center.

School District 1 Puts Grant to Use

Sheridan County School District 1 is already using the technology grant recently received from the state.

Pennies Count at Holy Name School

Holy Name School is trying to collect one million pennies. Students at the school are reading books and learning the meaning of the number, one million.

First Dining for a Cause a Success

The first Dining for a Cause event held Monday at Frackelton's restaurant in downtown Sheridan was a success, according to organizers, with more than $14,000 raised by night's end.

MY WYOMING How Green Was Your Wyoming Valley in 2014? Very Green, I Would Guess

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Wyoming has rarely gotten the reputation as a wet place. Perhaps except only when ski areas get buried or back when Cheyenne was inundated by a horrific super cell thunderstorm, our state is generally known as semi-arid.

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