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Prom Dresses Available For Those Facing Hardships

Everyone should be able to enjoy their high school prom, but with the downturn in the economy, many in the area are facing the reality that prom may not be affordable.

A Look Back in Time: April 27, 1917

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 April 27, 1917.

Thickman to Receive Honorary Degree

Dr. Seymour Thickman of Sheridan will be one of three people to receive honorary degrees from the Northern Wyoming Community College District in graduation ceremonies next month.

College Board Adopts Early Retirement Plan in Face of Uncertain Financial Future

Trustees of the Northern Wyoming Community College District approved an Early Retirement Incentive Program Wednesday night as one way to reduce expenses in the face of an uncertain financial future.

City Presents Payment for Aquatics Center

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The City of Sheridan recently made their first payment to the Sheridan County YMCA to build a modern community aquatic center.

SC Choirs in Performance Next Week

The Sheridan College choirs will perform in concert on May 6, starting at 6 p.m. in the Whitney Center for the Arts at the college.

VOA Holds 9th Annual Empty Bowl Fundraiser

On Thursday, the Volunteers of America will host their 9th annual Empty Bowl Fundraiser at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds Exhibit Hall in Sheridan.

Liquor License Meetings Continue

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The City of Sheridan will host the second of three public presentations this afternoon to discuss the upcoming changes to Wyoming State Liquor Law and the corresponding proposed City ordinance regarding liquor licenses.

Schedule Change for Wyoming Theater Festival

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The Wyoming Theater Festival will take place a little bit later than it has in the previous two years, as officials have decided to move the event to early fall, instead of the customary July schedule.

Wolves Returned to State Management in Wyoming

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Wyoming Governor Matt Mead announced Tuesday that the Circuit Court of Appeals in Washington D.C. entered its final order upholding Wyoming’s wolf management plan, which confirms the State’s management of wolves.

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