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June 27th, 2015

‘Ucross: A Portrait In Place’ Opens Next Week

A special place-based group exhibition and workshops are coming up next week at the Ucross Foundation Art Gallery in Ucross.

Street Project Will Disrupt Water Service

Water service will be temporarily disrupted next week for some residents living near the intersection of North Linden and West Brundage Street in Sheridan.

Local Port of Entry Officer Receives Award

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Sheridan/Dietz Port of Entry Officer Troy Tyree was awarded the Top Port of Entry Officer award for 2014 at the Wyoming Highway Patrol Association Awards Banquet held recently in Sundance.

A Look Back in Time: June 28, 1915

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on June 28, 1915.

Library Art Show Focuses on Sustainable Living

An art show, currently hanging at the library in Sheridan, promotes sustainable living.

June 26th

Mead Named Western Governors Association Chairman

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Wyoming Governor Matt Mead has been elected as the Chairman for the Western Governors’ Association. Montana Governor Steve Bullock will serve as Vice Chairman. The announcement comes from Governor Mead’s office.

UW Freshman to Learn From University’s Top Teachers

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The upcoming fall semester at the University of Wyoming will be unique for freshmen students, as they will be given the opportunity to learn from some of the university's top professors.

Board Seeks Stable Funding for Community Colleges

A critical issue for Wyoming's seven community college districts is stable funding. That's according to Saundra Meyer, chair of the Wyoming Community College Commission.

Sheridan College Residence Hall Approved

Sheridan College plans for a new residence hall on the campus in Sheridan was approved by the Wyoming Community College Commission at the board's meeting Friday.

Kick 'Em Up Cans Continues Through Weekend In Buffalo

The Kick 'Em Up Cans Rodeo, a barrel-racing event put on annually in Buffalo, will continue through the weekend at the Johnson County Fairgrounds' arena.