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Tidbit Saturday Looks at Music

The history of music in the Sheridan area will be the focus of Tidbit Saturday on Sept. 21 at the Sheridan County Museum.

Sheridan College to Celebrate Whitney Days

Sheridan College will celebrate the second annual Whitney Days next week to honor Edward A. Whitney and his legacy of support of higher education in Sheridan County.

Governor Gordon’s Migration Corridor Advisory Group Issues Recommendations

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. – Members of Governor Gordon’s Big Game Migration Corridor Advisory Group issued a range of recommendations to the Governor.

Sheridan County Law Enforcement Make Over 160 Traffic Stops Over Labor Day Weekend

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As part of a county-wide, multi-agency, imparied driving enforcement operation over Labor Day weekend, law enforcement in Sheridan County stopped 162 vehicles and arrested one drunk driver.

First Interstate Bank Hosts Company Volunteer Day

Employees of Sheridan's First Interstate Bank will be volunteering their services for six nonprofit organizations in the community from 1 to 5 p.m. Wednesday.

Award Honorees to Read at Sheridan College

Three finalists for the PEN/Hemingway Award for Debut Novel will give a combined reading at Sheridan College on Sept. 19 as part of Wyoming's statewide “Explore Hemingway” series.

Northeast Wyoming Sage Grouse Meetings Canceled

Public meetings of the Northeast Wyoming Sage Grouse Working Group scheduled in Gillette and Buffalo this month have been canceled.

Wyoming Rated Sixth in Nation in Education Quality

Wyoming has been ranked sixth in the nation in education quality, according to the 2019 report card issued by Education Weekly.

Wolverines Focus of Program at College

Wolverine ecology and the history of the animals in Wyoming will be the focus of a program on this popular but secretive species this month at Sheridan College.

Chamber Accepting Nominations for Excellence Awards

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce is currently accepting nominations for the 2019 Awards of Excellence, which recognize and honor businesses, non-profit organizations and individuals for their contributions to the community.

Results of Main Street Test to be Presented Sept. 17

A public meeting has been scheduled for Sept. 17 for the city of Sheridan and Wyoming Department of Transportation to present results of the three-lane configuration test on Main Street through downtown Sheridan.

Ag Day Barbecue to Raise Money for Student Groups

The annual Ag Day Barbecue at the University of Wyoming will be from noon to 2:30 p.m. Sept. 14 – a Saturday – this year.

The Hub Announces Two Hikes Coming Up

Two hikes are planned this month by The Hub on Smith Street, and deadline to register for both is this week.

Sheridan College Hosts CNA Information Session

Anyone interested in becoming a certified nursing assistant is invited to attend an information session at Sheridan College next week.

Tongue River Cave to Remain Closed

The Tongue River Cave will remain closed through April 15.

Partnership Aims to connect Campbell County Workers With Health Care Coverage Options

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The Wyoming Department of Workforce Services (DWS) is partnering with Enroll Wyoming to help residents find health insurance if they lose their coverage due to job loss.

PRBRC Alleges Mine Violations

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The Sheridan-based Powder River Basin Resource Council this week filed a citizen complaint regarding mine violations at the Belle Ayr and Eagle Butte coal mines, which have been shut down since July 1.

Yarn/Wire to Open Whitney Center Season

Yarn/Wire, a New York-based percussion and piano quartet, will open the 2019-2020 season at Sheridan College's Whitney Center for the Arts on Sept. 14.

Enzi Invites Wyoming Residents to Inventors Conference

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Mike Enzi is encouraging Wyoming residents who are inventors, small business owners or entrepreneurs to head to Evanston next month for the annual Inventors Conference.

Wyoming Game and Fish Receives Donation from Quail Forever

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The Wyoming Game and Fish Department recently received a $3,500 donation from Quail Forever to support access for hunters and anglers.