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Sheridan College Photographer Wins National Award

Dennis Jacobs, photographer at Sheridan College, has received a gold medal for his original photograph of a Sheridan College ecology course in the field.

Library to Host Music Therapy Program

Board-certified Music Therapist Michelle Folster will offer a free public presentation on music therapy next week at Sheridan Fulmer Public Library on Alger Street in Sheridan.

Museum, Historical Society Programs for March Announced

The biography of a grizzly bear is among programs this month presented by the Sheridan County Historical Society and county museum.

Ground to be Broken Thursday for Day Break

Ground will be broken at 3:30 Thursday afternoon for the Sheridan Senior Center's new Day Break adult day care facility on Smith Street.

Social Agencies Council Seeks Award Nominations

The Council of Social Agencies in Sheridan is seeking nominations from the public for two awards, the 2015 Human Service Person of the Year, and the Human Service Lifetime Achievement Award.

UPDATE: Missing Child Found Alive

WOLF POINT, Mont. (AP) - Sheriff's spokesman: Missing 4-year-old girl found alive in Montana.

UPDATE: Public Asked to Not Interfere in Search for Child

WOLF POINT, Mont. (AP) - The Roosevelt County Sheriff's Office is asking the public not to interfere in the search for a 4-year-old girl who reportedly has been abducted on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation in Montana.

Wyoming News Update

Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment

Potential Increased for Avalanches in Big Horns

Recent snow and weather conditions have increased the potential for avalanches in the Big Horn Mountains, according to officials with the Bighorn National Forest.

Funding Secured for Ski Area Purchase

Funding has been secured to complete the purchase of the ski area at Antelope Butte.

Legislative Update: From Representative Rosie Berger

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Legislative Update: Submitted by Rep. Rosie Berger

Summary: Week of February 8, 2016
From: Majority Floor Leader Rosie Berger

Sheridan College Hires New Vice President

Sheridan College announced today the hiring of Dr. Leah Barrett as the new Vice President for Student Affairs.

Fire-Rescue Reports Structure Fire

At approximately 1:33 am Sheridan Fire-Rescue was dispatched to 48 North Jefferson for a reported structure fire.

Driver Arrested After Crashing Into Traffic Stop

Multiple charges were filed against a Boulder, Colo., man on Jan. 15 after he crashed into a vehicle that had been stopped by the Wyoming Highway Patrol about five miles east of Shoshoni.

Better Business Bureau Issues Powerball Warning Scam

With Powerball breaking records for the largest lottery jackpot in history, Shelley Polansky from the Better Business Bureau is warning consumers that scammers will be taking advantage of the situation to trick people into thinking they are winners.

Bird Watching Outing Planned for the Weekend

Bald eagles and rough-legged hawks have arrived to winter in the area, so the Birding at the Brinton program is back.

Blood Drives Set for Sheridan

A community blood drive in Sheridan will be held on Monday and Tuesday, Jan. 25 and 26, at the Best Western. Monday’s drive will be held from noon to 6:15 and Tuesday’s from 11:30 to 5:30.

Inmate Sentenced in Sheridan Dies in Prison

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Dept. of Corrections Release

Officials with the Wyoming Department of Corrections say a 62-year-old inmate at a medium-security prison in Torrington has died.