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Senate Committee Passes Bill to Address Education Funding Shortfall While Safeguarding Quality in the Classroom

Legislation aimed at addressing Wyoming’s significant education funding shortfall while safeguarding quality in the classroom was passed by the Wyoming Senate Education Committee today.

Chamber Holds Ribbon-Cutting for Photographer

Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors welcomed Tibby Photography & Design with a ribbon-cutting.

Chamber Holds Ribbon-Cutting for Renegade Marketing

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors celebrated the opening of new business Renegade Marketing with a ribbon-cutting.

Ullr Ball Raises $22,000-Plus

The Second Annual Ullr Ball last week raised more than $22,500, which is more than double the amount raised last year.

Pass the Keys to a Sober Driver Before the Big Game Begins

Football fans across the country will celebrate America’s most watched national sporting event on Sunday, February 5. For many, the celebration will include drinking alcohol.

'Jentel Presents' Moves to Library

Jentel Presents, a monthly event of the Jentel Artist Residency Program, will be in a new location in February.

Welch Center Receives Cancer Grant

The Welch Cancer Center in Sheridan has received a $15,000 grant from the Wyoming Breast Cancer Initiative.

College to Hold Auditions for Music Scholarships

The Sheridan College music department will hold auditions for music scholarships on Feb. 11 from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m.

Food Drive Starts Next Week

Sheridan's AARP Chapter 676 and community partners announce the 2017 Soup-er food drive will start on Jan. 30.

Love in Stitches Donates Quilts to Hospital

Love in Stitches, a Sheridan non-profit organization, donated several handmade quilts to Sheridan Memorial Hospital Tuesday.

Chamber Hosts Ribbon-Cutting

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors welcomed Bethesda Worship Center as a new member of the chamber with a ribbon cutting.

‘Police Body Camera’ Legislation Passes Wyoming Senate

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With the goal of providing clarity to law enforcement and the general public, legislation passed the Wyoming Senate Thursday to provide parameters and guidance on the handling of police body camera footage.

Court Dismisses Capitol Square Project Suit Against Legislative Leadership

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Laramie County District Court Judge Catherine Rogers has dismissed the lawsuit over the Capitol Square Project filed last year against Gov. Matt Mead and legislative leadership by former Rep. Gerald Gay and Evanston resident Karl Allred.

Next Phase of Dementia Friendly Wyoming Set for Launch

The Sheridan Senior Center and the Center for a Vital Community will host a launch for the next phase of the Dementia Friendly Wyoming project in Sheridan on Jan. 25.

Alcohol Use Suspected in Fatal Crash

Alcohol use is being investigated as a contributing factor in the first highway fatality in Wyoming in 2017.

Fort Laramie Hosts 'Christmas on the Frontier'

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Fort Laramie's annual “Christmas on the Frontier” program will start at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Fort Laramie National Historic Site, and will include some of the area's favorite musical groups performing Christmas music and carols.

SHS Band to Present Christmas Concert

The Sheridan High School Band Department will present its 2016 Christmas Concert Thursday, starting at 7 p.m. in the Sue Henry Auditorium.

One Dies in Collision South of Buffalo

An 82-year-old Casper man was killed in a fatal collision south of Buffalo on Dec. 3.

Golden Rule Grocers Cuts Ribbon at New Location

Golden Rule Grocers, along with the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors, cut the ribbon at the new Golden Rule location on Coffeen Avenue.

Forever Flawless Celebrates New Location

Forever Flawless and the Chamber Ambassadors held a ribbon-cutting to celebrate the cosmetic and tattoo business' new location and expanded services.