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City of Sheridan, SCLT team up to take down 10 acres of invasive Russian olives

If you see some bare spots around Sam Mavrakis Fishing Pond and Hume Draw this spring, don’t be alarmed. City of Sheridan staff will be doing their patriotic duty by removing an invasive foreign menace – the Russian olive.

College Receives Accreditation Affirmation and A+ Credit Rating

The Northern Wyoming Community College District has received two strong endorsements of the district's health this month.

Audubon Society Offers eBird Tutorial

The Bighorn Audubon Society will provide a step-by-step tutorial on eBird Thursday night in the Inner Circle of the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library.

Paper Succulents Focus of Lesson at Library

Crafters of all ages are invited to a paper succulent craft class on March 30 at the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library.

Sheridan College Science Lecture Rescheduled

Due to college closure starting at 1 p.m., the science lecture scheduled Wednesday night has been rescheduled for next Wednesday at 7 p.m.

Sheridan College Presents Piano Recital

Sheridan College music student Ebenezer Eferobor will present “Conversations,” a sophomore piano recital, at 7 p.m. March 19 in Kinnison Hall in the college's Whitney Center for the Arts.

Sheridan College Bands to Host Spring Concert

The Sheridan College Symphony Band, Jazztet and Jazz Ensemble will present a spring concert starting at 4 p.m. Sunday in Kinnison Hall in the college's Whitney Center for the Arts.

Holy Name Student is Semifinalist in GeoBee Competition

Aiden Roth, who's an eight grader at Holy Name Catholic School in Sheridan, has been named a semifinalist in the National Geographic Society's GeoBee and will be eligible to compete in this year's National Geographic GeoBee Wyoming State Competition.

Sheridan Man Performs Navy Baptism

Lt. Commander David Duprey, a Navy chaplain from Sheridan, performed a baptism earlier this month in the South China Sea.

Ucross Announces Artists Selected for Residencies

Fifty-four visual artists, writers, playwrights, composers and others have been selected to participate in the Ucross artist-in-residence program this spring.

Sheridan to Host History Day Competition Next Week

More than 60 students from five schools and three counties will be in Sheridan next week for the regional Wyoming History Day Competition.

BLM Seeks Bids for New Off-Range Pastures

The Bureau of Land Management is seeking contractors for off-range pastures to provide a free-roaming environment and quality care for wild horses removed from Western public lands.

BLM First Wild Horse Adoption to be This Month

The first Bureau of Land Management Wild Horse Adoption has been set for March 15 and 16.

Sheridan Girl Scouts to Participate in World Thinking Day

Eighteen Sheridan area Girl Scouts will join at least 100 more Wyoming Girl Scouts at the Boys and Girls Club of Casper Saturday to participate in World Thinking Day.

Holy Name Classes Resume Tuesday

Holy Name School will hold classes Tuesday.

School was canceled for Monday due to a malfunctioning heating system.

Sheridan College to Host Morgan Price Exhibit

“Ways of Being,” an exhibit by Illinois-based printmaking artist Morgan Price, will open next week in the Edward A. Whitney Gallery at Sheridan College's Whitney Center for the Arts.

USDA Advises of Near-Record Cold Onslaught

Possible near-record cold temperatures are expected to move through the Northern Plains and Midwest next week.

The Hub on Smith Closed Friday

Due to unforeseen building maintenance we are canceling all meal service and activities today at The Hub on Smith. We will still be providing Home Delivered meals and meals to our outlying meal sites, Heritage Towers and Tongue River Valley.

Wyoming Highway Patrol Reminds Motorist To Slow Down and Move Over

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The Wyoming Highway Patrol issued a news release Thursday that stated that at approximately 9:18 am Sunday, troopers were dispatched to a motor vehicle collision that took place around milepost 46 on Interstate 80 east of Lyman.

Ballet Jorgen Comes to Sheridan College

Canada's Ballet Jorgen and the Billings Symphony will present “Coppelia: a Comedy with Love” for two nights at the Whitney Center for the Arts at Sheridan College.