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July 23rd, 2019

Green Light Given to Whitney Plaza Two Rezone and Subdivision

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Third and final reading of an ordinance allowing for the rezone of 8,200 square feet located at 421 East Brundage Street next to the ice rink from R-3 to a Planned Unit Development, was recently approved by the Sheridan City Council.

UW’s Dillon Receives $1.17 Million Grant to Study Cold Tolerance of Bumble Bees at Various Altitudes

A University of Wyoming researcher will receive a $1.17 million National Science Foundation (NSF) grant to study bumblebee cold tolerance across different elevations. The four-year grant begins Oct. 15.

Parolin Appointed as UW Honors College Dean

The current associate dean of the University of Wyoming Honors College has been appointed to lead that college.

Flesher Appointed to Direct UW American Heritage Center

A longtime University of Wyoming faculty member who founded and directed a key outreach program for more than a decade has been named director of UW’s American Heritage Center (AHC).

Summer Evening at the Mansion

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Antique cars, music, and classic yard games will be part of the activities Wednesday night in Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

UW Trustees Remove Interim Title from Health Sciences Dean

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The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees recently announced that David Jones, who has led the University of Wyoming College of Health Sciences for the past two years on an interim basis, has been chosen as the college’s permanent dean.

July 22nd

Wyoming justices uphold kidnapping, molestation conviction

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CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — The Wyoming Supreme Court has upheld a former carnival worker's conviction for sexually assaulting a child.

The justices say in an opinion released Monday that Joshua Winters' attorney wasn't ineffective and that a lower court didn't make certain errors.

Wyoming eyes ongoing cuts amid prolonged energy downturn

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CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming lawmakers continue to look at spending cuts amid a prolonged downturn in revenue from the energy industry.

Wyoming News Update

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WYOMING SCHOOL-OFFENSIVE FLYERS

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A Wyoming school district where junior high school students posted racist and anti-gay flyers last spring plans a youth equality summit.

The summit will take place Aug. 20 at Central High School in Cheyenne.

Troopers win Regular Season Finale / AA State Baseball Opens Friday / Rox and Nats Rained out

TROOPER BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers closed out the regular season with a 15-2 victory over the Cheyenne Hawks Monday night. The Troopers open their state tournament Friday in Gillette they open with Evanston at 10:00 am. Other first round games Friday have Jackson taking on Laramie, Casper meets up with Cody and Gillette will play Rock Springs.

The state title game is scheduled for Tuesday afternoon.