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March 25th, 2015

Faculty Criticizes Lack of Women Among New Trustees

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By Gregory Nickerson | WyoFile.com

University of Wyoming faculty leaders are upset that only two women will serve on the newly configured Board of Trustees, which meets for the first time this week in Laramie.

Postponed Jackalope Jump Reset for Saturday

A polar plunge into freezing water that was postponed in January due to weakened lake ice conditions will be held Saturday in Sheridan.

Historic Sheriff’s Office Receives Facelift

One of Sheridan County’s historic buildings that sits on courthouse hill in downtown Sheridan is scheduled for a facelift.

C.J. Box Book Signing

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Author C.J. Box will be in Sheridan Wednesday April 1 for a book signing for his new release entitled “Endangered”.Box was a guest on our news talk show Public Pulse Tuesday, where he checked in via telephone from Lexington, Kentucky.

Colorectal Cancer Awareness

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March has been a month to raise awareness for colorectal cancer. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

Sheridan College Students Elect Student Leaders

Four Sheridan College students have been elected by their peers to serve as Student Senate officials for the 2015-16 academic year. According to a news release from the college, Deneese Stone will serve as Student Senate president. Stone is from Lusk and is studying criminal justice and psychology.

March 24th

Miss Indian America Reunion Planned For Summer

A month-long art show and two days of special events in July will celebrate the Miss Indian America Reunion this summer in Sheridan.

Superintendent, Principal Focus of School Board Meeting

Teachers' dissatisfaction with the school superintendent and trustees' dismissal of Big Horn High School Principal George Mirich dominated the early part of the Sheridan County School District 1 meeting Tuesday night.

Instrument Petting Zoo Coming Up Saturday

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The Sheridan Fulmer Public Library will be hosting an instrument petting zoo this week. Hannah Stepenoff has the details.

Oil and Gas Commission to Vote on Gas Well Setback

The Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission has been considering a proposal to increase the minimum distance between wells and homes and now the time is nearing where a decision on the issue will be finalized.