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Tuition Changes Approved by UW Trustees

Recently, the University of Wyoming Board of Trustees, following a multiyear tuition policy adopted in 2014, voted to increase tuition by 4% during the 2019-20 academic year.

October Features Two Met Lives at the WYO

The Sheridan WYO Performing Arts and Education Center will hold their first two Met Live screenings of the season this month.

6th Annual Women’s Antelope Hunt in Ucross

The Wyoming Women’s Foundation is hosting their 6th Annual Wyoming Women’s Antelope Hunt in Sheridan County this week. The Ranch at Ucross has been the hunting venue for each year that this hunt has taken place.

ARC March Against Family Violence Set for Saturday

The Sheridan Advocacy and Resource Center will be hosting their annual March Against Family Violence on Saturday morning.

Casual Convos is Back on Wednesday

After a scheduled summer hiatus, the Sheridan County Historical Society and Museum is ready to restart their popular Casual Conversations in History program in Sheridan at the Hub on Smith.

Friends Board in Desperate Need of Members

The Sheridan County Library System is in part supported by their Friends of the Library Board. The Friends support the library primarily by holding their annual fundraising auction.

DFAC: Sheridan County Justice Office

Monday marks the day of the latest Dining for a Cause fundraiser at Frackelton’s restaurant in downtown Sheridan.

UW 1st Time Freshman Enrollment at Record High

The fall semester at the University of Wyoming is well underway and numbers are back on student enrollment.

First Sheridan WYO Film Fest Starts Friday

A new event is scheduled to take place this weekend in Sheridan.

Museum and Historical Society Present Hops and History

On Thursday, the Sheridan County Historical Society and Museum will be hosting an event at a local brewery.

Shred Fest Open to the Public Wednesday

On Wednesday, Sheridan County residents are encouraged to take advantage of the Shred Fest event at the Sheridan Fulmer Library.

Power Outages, Phone Trouble at Sheridan PD

Update 10:35am
The regular line for the Sheridan Police Department, 672-2413, is back online and running as usual. Non emergency calls should be directed to that line.

Library Trustees Enact Circulation Policy Change

The Sheridan County Library System Board of Trustees recently enacted a policy change in regards to delinquent accounts with material not returned by it’s due date.

Museum Cemetery Tours Back for Another Year

A popular Sheridan County Historical Society and Museum program is back for another year. Museum Board Secretary Carol Watkins explained that the Cemetery Tours will begin this Saturday.

Heart By Heart at the WYO

The music from 2013 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees Heart will ring through the Sheridan WYO Performing Arts and Education Center on Friday as Heart by Heart takes the stage.

Craig Johnson Book Signing Event at Fulmer Wednesday

The Sheridan Fulmer Library will be one of the final stops on local author Craig Johnson’s newest book tour Wednesday, as he will be in the Inner Circle for an event that evening.

UW Receives $2.5 Million Gift, $205,000 Grant

The University of Wyoming recently received both a $2.5 million gift and a $205,000 Department of Energy Grant.

WYO Premieres New Program Tuesday

The Sheridan WYO Performing Arts and Education Center will start their 29th season on Saturday night and will premier a new program on Tuesday.

Fundraiser to Lay Down More Roots in Sheridan County and Beyond

On Saturday, Sheridan County non-profit Rooted in Wyoming will hold their 2nd Annual Farm to Table Hoe-Down Fundraiser in hopes to continue their garden programs in schools and places of education in communities across the state.

Lotus Awards, WYO Season Opener Saturday

The Sheridan WYO Performing Arts and Education Center will hold a reception for this year’s Lotus Award winners followed by their 2018-19 season opening act, Herb Alpert and Lani Hall on Saturday evening.