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Dining for a Cause to Benefit The Food Group

For 7 years, Sheridan non-profit The Food Group has been providing weekend meals to kids that may not otherwise get the proper nourishment. The organization has been selected to be February’s recipient of Frackelton’s Dining for a Cause fundraiser.

Wealthy Independent Enters Wyoming U.S. Senate Race

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A businessman who says he's prepared to spend at least $1 million of his own money is entering the race against Wyoming U.S. Sen. John Barrasso.

Jennings Talks “In God We Trust” Bill

A bill that would use donated funds to display the phrase “In God We Trust” in public school classrooms and other government buildings has been approved to see the house floor.

Ski Series: Terry Peak Ski Area

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The President’s Day Holiday weekend gives families, high schoolers, and college students an opportunity to enjoy some winter fun over a long three days.

UW Sees Spring Semester Enrollment Increase

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Following a significant increase in new freshmen and transfer students in fall 2017, the University of Wyoming has increased its enrollment once again for the spring 2018 semester.

UW Scientists Part of Research on Prehistoric Human Migration in Europe

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Two University of Wyoming researchers contributed to a new study in which DNA of ancient skeletal remains of people from southeastern Europe were used to determine migration patterns across Europe during prehistoric times.

UW Graduate Featured in Iraqi Invasion Documentary Screening March 9

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A University of Wyoming graduate and member of the university’s ROTC program is featured in a recently released documentary detailing a combat mission aboard Apache helicopters during the opening days of the invasion of Iraq in 2003.

Sheridan College Requests $800 Thousand in One-Cent Funds

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In a presentation before the Sheridan City Council this week, the president of Sheridan College made a formal request for funding from the optional one-cent sales tax. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Council Approves Electronic Message Center Request

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The Sheridan City Council approved a resolution that will allow for a time and temperature electronic sign at First Federal Bank and Trust in Sheridan.

Judge denies sentence reduction for woman who killed husband

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GILLETTE, Wyo. (AP) — A Gillette woman imprisoned for fatally shooting her husband in 2016 has had her request for a sentence reduction denied.

The Gillette News Record reports that 55-year-old Deborah L. Johnson's 20- to 35-year sentence was upheld on Tuesday.

SheridanWyoming.com

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