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UW Trustees Approve Tuition Increase

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The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees voted Friday to raise student tuition by 5 percent in the 2015-16 academic year, with 80 percent of the revenues generated by the increase going to faculty and staff compensation.

Climber Details Cho Oyu Ascent

Darren Rogers -- Photo Provided

Mountain climber Darren Rogers of Sheridan who we followed to the top of Cho Oyu mountain in Tibet through his emails of the excursion will be presenting a program on his trek next week at Sheridan College.

Commission Discusses Kerns Area Usage, Considers Airport Permit Fee Waiver

The Sheridan County Commission will consider a special use permit with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department for the Kerns Wildlife Habitat Management Area and a waiver of building permit fees for the Sheridan County Airport Archive Storage addition during the upcoming meeting Tuesday morning.

Dining for Cause Comes Up Next Week

Rindy West talked about the event during the Morning Show. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

The next Dining for a Cause event is Monday at Frackelton's restaurant in downtown Sheridan.

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Program Features 'Ranching on Rock Creek'

(Courtesy Photo) "West of the Bozeman Trail" by Robert Twing.

A Johnson County native will be giving a presentation at a local library on ranching in Northeast Wyoming during the early 1900s. Hannah Stepenoff has the details.

BHS Drama To Perform 'The Foreigner' This Weekend

The Buffalo High School Drama Department will perform the play “The Foreigner” this Friday and Saturday night at the BHS Auditorium.

Drama Coach Nancy Tabb tells us about the story and more on the play itself.

Buffalo's Button Strut Offers Discounts For Shoppers

The second annual Buffalo Button Strut will be happening all day this Saturday at participating businesses all over town.

JCSD1 To Adopt Policy For Volunteer's Background Checks

Johnson County School District One's Board of Trustees adopted on first reading, a policy change that would, if passed on three readings, require background checks for some volunteers at schools.

A Look Back in Time: Nov. 14, 1914

The Sheridan County canvassing board met yesterday morning to verify results of the recent elections.