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New Faces at NWCCD

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A new fall academic season for Northern Wyoming Community College District brings new faces to the theater department. These leaders coming to NWCCD include Dr. Estella Castillo-Garrison and Dr. Rachel Bergman. Also, Aaron Odom will also be taking the job as the interim Theater instructor.

National Day of the American Cowboy

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Last Tuesday, the U.S. Senate has declared July 28 the National Day of the American Cowboy. The resolution was introduced by U.S. Senators Mike Enzi, John Barrasso, and Heidi Heitkamp.

NRG COSIA Carbon XPRIZE Competition

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On April 9, ten teams were named as finalists for the NRG COSIA Carbon XPRIZE this morning during the Bloomberg Future of Energy Summit in New York City. Five teams will continue on in the coal track and five will participate in the natural gas track.

FFA Convention Held in Cheyenne

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From April 18-21, Cheyenne will be hosting the 91st Wyoming FFA (Future Farmers of America) Convention.

Faster, Better, Cheaper, and Smarter

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On April 9, Senator John Barrasso released his own opinion on the Trump administration formalizing the One Federal Decision Memorandum of Understanding (MOU).The memorandum establishes a coordinated and timely process for environmental reviews of major infrastructure projects.

More Than Paperwork

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U.S. Senator Mike Enzi applauded the Trump Administration for expediting federal permitting for infrastructure. This plan means that the administration established a coordinated and timely process for federal agencies to complete environmental reviews of major infrastructure projects.

"One Federal Decision"

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U.S. Senator Mike Enzi applauded the Trump Administration for expediting federal permitting for infrastructure. This plan means that the administration established a coordinated and timely process for federal agencies to complete environmental reviews of major infrastructure projects.

ACA Contest Winner

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Recently, a University of Wyoming College of Education Graduate, Jessica Ryan, was named co-grand prize winner of the American Counseling Association’s (ACA) essay contest. Lynne Shako of Kent State University shared the award with Ryan.

Multi Hazard Mitigation Plan Update

Sheridan County is currently updating the Multi Hazard Mitigation Plan that is supposed to be updated every four years. The planning effort would also affect places such as Campbell, Crook, Johnson, and Weston counties and their municipalities.

UW Trustee Meeting

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On April 10, the UW Trustees Education Initiative (TEI) Governing Board will be holding a meeting. TEI was established in 2014 to “elevate the UW College of Education to national preeminent status in professional educator preparation, ultimately to improve and enhance K-12 education in Wyoming.”

UW Professor Helps Students Succeed in English

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On April 20-21 in Jackson, Wyoming, the annual Wyoming English as a Second Language Conference will be organized by Jenna Shim. Shim is a professor at the University of Wyoming and pursues to coordinate the English Language Learner (ELL) program at UW.

Treasurer Speaks on CPP

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Last Wednesday, Wyoming Treasurer Mark Gordon spoke about the repeal of the Clean Power Plan (CPP). Gordon brought up points such as the compliance cost of repealing this plan. The cost would be approximately 33 billion dollars.

Enzi Speaks on CPP

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Yesterday, Wyoming Senator Mike Enzi joined the citizens in Gillette to support the repeal of the Clean Power Plan. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) supports the repeal of this plan due to the negative effects they believe that would occur.

Two of a Kind

On this upcoming April 7, the Holy Name Catholic School will be hosting the Annual Mayfest Fundraiser. This year’s theme is labelled “Two of a Kind” and will have professional casino tables, an Italian buffet, and live music performed by a local band: The Boothill.

Wyoming Women’s Suffrage Pathway

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Secretary of State Ed Buchanan and his office celebrated the passage of a new bill recently.

Yoshimoto Exhibit Opening

On this upcoming Tuesday, the new Jave Yoshimoto exhibit will be opening at the Whitney Center for the Arts. There will also be an artist’s lecture at 4 pm followed by a reception from 5-7 pm featuring the Sheridan College flute choir. Yoshimoto’s works will be on display until April 22.

Snowmobiling in Bighorn National Forest

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The Bighorn National Forest would like to remind all visitors to obey posted signs and warning for the safety of everyone. There are a multitude of designated areas for non-motorized as well as motorized usage.

“They Didn’t Know”

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A new educational campaign aimed towards Wyoming youth is striving to prevent prescription drug abuse across the state. The campaign is presented by the Wyoming Rx Abuse Stakeholders (RAS) and their attention is being brought towards youth from the ages of 12-25.

We the People “Five-peat”

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When people think of the words “We the People,” many think of the Preamble to the United States Constitution. However, several Sheridan High School students think of the We the People club.

Recent Telephone Scams

Recently, there has been a multitude of reports within the Sheridan area that claim there is a telephone scammer calling civilians. The heavy accented scammer goes by the name of “Mike Johnson” and is claiming to be a Wyoming State Police officer asking for money.