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December 6th

Sen. Enzi Responds to Constituent Questions

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In a new video recorded this week, U.S. Sen. Mike Enzi (R-Wyo.) answered constituent questions on President Obama’s most recent executive order that granted amnesty to millions of illegal immigrants and an Environmental Protection Agency's proposed rule on ozone limits.

UW Ranks Well in Online Survey

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The University of Wyoming is the No. 1 university in the nation for out-of-state students in a new ranking list that takes into account academic quality, affordability and accessibility.

Numerous Organizations Working to Make Holiday Better

The holiday season is a time for giving and reaching out to the community, and there are many organizations in the county that would appreciate contributions or volunteers.

UW Cell Research and Understanding Cancer Growth

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Researchers with the University of Wyoming have found that scaling of cell and nuclear sizes in African clawed frogs may have future implications for controlling the rate of cancerous growth in human cells.

December 5th

Sweet Wyoming Home

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Big Horn Mountains, horses, and mules. Says Wyoming to me.

Photo by Stacey Ellenwood Photography

General's Basketball Broadcast/Stream

It was a night of victory for Sheridan College!

Lady Generals win against Central Wyoming Community College with a score of 101-56.

The Generals won their game against the Wyoming All-Stars with a score of 103-62!

Tune in tomorrow for more General basketball, with game at 5 and 7pm, on 1410 KWYO.

Historical Society to Meet Dec. 11

Buffalo Bill and Theodore Roosevelt will be the focus at the Sheridan County Historical Society's annual meeting on Thursday.

'Longmire' Author's State Tour Ends

The One Book Wyoming program sponsored by the Wyoming State Library that featured local author Craig Johnson's “Spirit of Steamboat” novella this year comes to an end this month.

Red Grade Closes Mid-Month, Comments Due on Holloway Proposal

A popular mountain access road will be closed mid-month, comments are due by the end of the month on a proposed street closure and there's an opening on the county fair board. The announcements were made this week during the regular meeting of the Sheridan County Commission.

Sergeant Reminds Drivers to Stop for School Buses

In light of recent state legislation, Sheridan Police Sergeant Travis Koltiska took time on the Public Pulse news talk show to address the law regarding drivers passing school buses.