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Sheridan College Symphony, Choirs Present Fall Concert

Sheridan College's department of music will present a fall concert featuring the college's symphony orchestra and choirs this weekend.

UW Extension Presents Range Beef Cattle Nutrition Workshop

An interactive workshop on meeting the nutritional needs of range beef cattle has been scheduled for December at the Tongue River Valley Community Center in Dayton.

College Nursing Program Reaccredited

The Northern Wyoming Community College District nursing program has received full reaccreditation from the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing.

College Theater, Dance Department Presents 'American Idiot'

The Sheridan College Theater and Dance Department will present “American Idiot” at the WYO Theater next week.

Memorial Hospital Holds Contest for Card Design

All students in third through fifth grade in Sheridan County are invited to submit Christmas card designs for Sheridan Memorial Hospital's Christmas card contest.

SHS Drama Club Performs This Month

The Sheridan High School Drama Club will present “She Kills Monsters: Young Adventurers Edition” later this month in the Sue Henry Performing Arts Center at the high school.

Hawks Raise Nearly $4,300 for Cancer Programs

The Sheridan Hawks, the community's new Junior A hockey team, raised nearly $4,300 through a pink jersey auction to benefit the Sheridan Memorial Hospital Foundation's cancer screening and early detection efforts.

Ramaco Gets Grant to Create Higher-Value Use for Coal

Sheridan-based Ramaco Carbon is the prime recipient of over $1 million in federal funding to develop an emissions-free process to produce carbon fiber using coal.

2019 Stroll Button Design to be Unveiled

This year's winning Sheridan Christmas Stroll Button design will be unveiled with a special presentation by Sheridan Mayor Roger Miller at 4:30 p.m. Thursday in the Council Chambers at City Hall.

Sheridan College Celebrates Native American Heritage Month

Sheridan College is hosting several events this month in honor of November being National Native American Heritage Month.

Christmas Tree Permits Available This Week

Bighorn National Forest Christmas tree permits are available starting Friday, and fourth graders who present a valid Every Kid Outdoors pass will receive one free Christmas tree permit this year.

Burns Planned This Winter in Bighorn National Forest

Bighorn National Forest fire personnel have announced plans to burn piles of slash this winter.

Enzi Introduces Bill to Save National Parks from Maintenance Issues

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi has introduced legislation that would address a nearly $12 billion maintenance backlog at our national parks without adding to the national debt.

Sheridan VA, College Team Up for Veterans Day

The Sheridan VA Medical Center and Sheridan College will partner this year for the annual Veterans Day ceremony on Nov. 11.

Winter Weather Ends Back Road Vehicle Travel in BHNF

Winter conditions in the Bighorn National Forest have made vehicle travel in some locations difficult, if not impossible.

Youngsters Invited to Trick-or-Treat at VA

Children and their families are invited to the fourth annual Veterans Halloween Hallway Monster Mash from 6 to 7 p.m. Thursday at the Sheridan VA.

Luminous to Host Release Party for New Beer

Luminous Brewhouse will celebrate philanthropy with a party on Nov. 2 to launch a new beer aimed at benefiting the Sheridan Community Land Trust.

SC Symphony Band Performs Free Concert

A fall concert featuring the Sheridan College Symphony Band will be presented this coming week in Kinnison Hall at the college's Whitney Center for the Arts.

Mule Deer Tests Positive for Wasting Disease

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has confirmed that a buck mule deer has tested positive for chronic wasting disease in Deer Hunt Area 50 in the Bighorn Mountains.

Ucross Announces Inaugural Founder's Dinner

Ucross, an artist residency program and creative laboratory for the arts has announced an inaugural Founder's Dinner & Benefit to honor the legacy of Raymond Plank, founder of Ucross.