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Salvation Army Needs Cast-off Clothes

With spring just around the corner, some people might be thinking about cleaning out their closets.

Sathre Pleads Guilty to Federal Tax Evasion

A man from Sheridan who was facing a trial at the end of the month for federal tax evasion has pleaded guilty.

Fire Destroys Home, Injures Resident

A fire destroyed a two-story wood-frame home in the town of Story Wednesday afternoon and sent the occupant to the hospital.

Study Examines Local Frogs

For the first time ever, researchers are combining radio telemetry with genetic sampling in a study of amphibians.

University Opens Education Symposium

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Staff and students, alike, will come together today at the University of Wyoming in Laramie to share ideas and present research, and the public is welcome to attend.

A Look Back in Time: March 7, 1914

Four buffalo arrived here last night from Kalispel, Mont., and yesterday they were taken to Pioneer Park. The animals are a gift to this city from the Honorable J.B. Kendrick.

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Visiting Artist at Sheridan College

Visiting Artist Steve Johnson has been spending time at Sheridan College this week, as the Art Department is hosting the Professor of Drawing from the College of Charleston in Charleston, South Carolina.

Sheridan Mayor Rebuts Accusation

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During his monthly visit on News Talk 9-30 KROE'S Public Pulse program Thursday, Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey took exception to a recently published report regarding his response to having the City Council meet with the Sheridan County Commissioners to discuss topics of mutual interest.

Governor Mead Commends Legislators

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At the closing of the 2014 budget session in Cheyenne, Governor Matt Mead thanked legislators for all of their efforts during the session and said that Wyoming is well served by its citizen legislature.

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