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Sheridan College Gears Up for Commencement

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Sheridan College’s annual commencement day will take place Saturday, May 14. All ceremonies will take place in the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome on the College campus.

Sage-Grouse Group Requests Project Proposals

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The Northeast Wyoming Sage-Grouse local working group is requesting project proposals for habitat improvements, research, education and West Nile virus management, that will promote restoration of greater sage-grouse and their habitats within the working group area.

InfraGard Experts Talk Cyber Security at Training Session

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Representatives with InfraGard of Denver held a training session at the Sheridan Inn Thursday that focused on cyber security. InfraGard is a partnership with the FBI and the private sector.

Vietnam Women’s Memorial Replica Statue Unveiled

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Sheridan College Veterans Plaza was the site Thursday for the unveiling ceremony of a two-foot-tall replica of the Vietnam Women’s Memorial in Washington D.C. During his speech, College President Dr.

Bike Bash and Rodeo Set for Saturday

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The Iron Brotherhood Motorcycle Club of Sheridan will be holding their 2nd annual Biker Bash and Rodeo Saturday at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds. The biker rodeo begins at 1 with events that include a slow race, barrel push, barrel race, honey I’m home, and an obstacle course.

Sheridan County 4-H Cookbook on Sale Now

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Past and present members of Sheridan County 4-H have compiled a cookbook that not only is full of recipes, but includes interesting artifacts pertaining to the history of 4-H in Sheridan County over the past century.

Representative Madden to Seek Another Term

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Legislator Mike Madden has announced his intention to seek another term as State Representative for House District 40, which includes all of Johnson and the eastern part of Sheridan Counties.

Commissioners Consider Quarry Permit Renewals

Sheridan County Commissiners Mike Nickel, left, and Bob Rolston (Photo Ron Richter ©)

Four quarry permit renewals were considered by the Sheridan County Commissioners at their regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday. All but one, the JC Ranch Quarry, passed with little or no discussion.

Carriage House to Host Small Stage Concert Series

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The Trail End Guilds, Inc., in conjunction with the Sheridan Civic Theater Guild and the Trail End Historic Site, is drawing the curtains open on a favorite stage for small groups and solo performers: the Carriage House Theater in Sheridan.

Commissioners Award Three Scholarships

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Every year, the Sheridan County Commission, through the University of Wyoming, offers three $1,000 scholarships that are available to graduates within Sheridan County.

Majority Floor Leader Announces Re-Election Campaign for Wyoming House

State Representative for House District 51, Rosie Berger has announced she will seek re-election. (Photo Ron Richter ©)

State Representative for House District 51, Rosie Berger of Big Horn, has announced that she will be running for re-election for the seat she’s held since 2003.

New Courses to Be Offered at Sheridan Junior High and High School

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Representatives with Sheridan County School District #2 made their monthly visit to our news talk show Public Pulse recently to discuss all things education.

UW Debate Team Makes History

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University of Wyoming Debate Team members Hunter McFarland, of Twin Falls, Idaho, and Mary Marcum, of Omaha, Nebraska, recently advanced to the elimination rounds at the National Debate Tournament in Binghamton, New York.

Petition Circulating to Reduce Number of Commissioners

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Sheridan resident Anne Collins is collecting signatures for a petition to reduce the number of Sheridan County Commissioners from the current five, back to three. In 2006, Sheridan County residents voted to increase the number of commissioners from three to five.

Community Updates to Highlight Council Meeting

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The Sheridan City Council will work with a light agenda this upcoming Monday night, as there are only a couple of minor subdivision requests under new business.

InfraGard Training Coming to Sheridan

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Forward Sheridan CEO Jay Stender (Photo Ron Richter ©)

The FBI’s InfraGard team from Denver will be in Sheridan next week to conduct a free cybersecurity training session at the Historic Sheridan Inn.

Sheridan Man Sentenced for Felony Domestic Battery

A sentencing hearing was held Thursday in Fourth Judicial District Court in Sheridan for 29-year-old Dustin Morris of Sheridan. Morris was charged last September with Felony Domestic Battery.

Change of Plea Hearing Held in District Court

A change of plea hearing was held Thursday in Fourth Judicial District Court in Sheridan for 38-year-old Craig Fox of Sheridan. Fox pleaded guilty to two counts of Obtaining Property by False Pretenses.

Representative Berger Weighs In on Pending Budget Cuts

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Wyoming State Representative Rosie Berger of Big Horn (Photo Ron Richter ©)

Governor Matt Mead announced Monday that he’d be meeting with the directors of the largest state agencies to determine how to move forward with budget cuts he’s ordered due to declining energy revenues.

New UW President to Speak at Sheridan College Commencement

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During his monthly visit to our news talk show Public Pulse Wednesday, University of Wyoming Spokesman Chad Baldwin announced that Dr.