Archive - Apr 10, 2018 - News

Sheriff Update on 2016 Armed Robbery

In December of 2016, there was an Armed Robbery Incident in Sheridan County.

UW College of Law Ranked Among Best Schools for Practical Training

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For the fourth year running, the University of Wyoming College of Law has been ranked as one of the best law schools for practical training by preLaw and National Jurist magazines.

Free UW Cybersecurity Camps Offered to Wyoming Teachers, Students

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Teachers and middle and high school students throughout Wyoming can attend a free weeklong educational camp this summer to learn about computer science, hosted by the University of Wyoming.

Mule Deer Doe’s Epic Migration, Reappearance Stun UW Researchers

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University of Wyoming wildlife biologists recently tracked down a lost mule deer doe that made a world-record migration from the Red Desert over the Teton Range in 2016, only to abruptly disappear.

UW Trustees Plan Teleconference Meeting Wednesday

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The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees will consider a number of issues during a meeting at 7:30 a.m. Wednesday, April 11, via teleconference.

Those wishing to attend the meeting may do so in the Old Main boardroom. The meeting will begin with an executive session.

Highland Park Rezone Discussed at Study Session

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A request to rezone the old Highland Park Elementary School in Sheridan was discussed Monday night at a study session of the Sheridan City Council. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Smith Street Alleyway License Agreement Request

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The former Boot Barn location at 150 North Main Street in downtown Sheridan is currently being renovated for the future use as a restaurant and brewery.

Wyoming military commander defends handling of complaints

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming's National Guard commander said his department has done everything it can to address sexual assault and harassment complaints in response to a court decision that found the state Military Department discriminated against a former employee.

No injuries in well blowout in Wyoming

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CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Crews worked Monday to shut an oil and gas well in central Wyoming that blew out over the weekend.

The Casper Star-Tribune reports that officials say no one was hurt when a drilling rig hit a pocket of natural gas early Sunday in a rural area of Converse County.

Wyoming News Update

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