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Advocacy and Resource Center Receives Key Service Award

At the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Luncheon for February, the Advocacy and Resource Center (ARC) was awarded the Key Service Award of Excellence, which honors local nonprofit organizations with a significant positive impact on the community.

Sheridan Chamber of Commerce Hosts 2018 Awards of Excellence

At the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Luncheon for February, the Chamber issued six Excellence Awards to involved community members and hard-working local businesses alike.

UW Trustees Select Science Initiative Construction Manager

The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees voted to authorize negotiation of a contract with GE Johnson Construction, based in Jackson, to lead construction of the Science Initiative facility.

Wyoming Game and Fish Now Offering 12 Month Licenses

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Before this year, recreational licenses with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department would only be valid until the end of the calendar year, meaning that in order to get a full year of use out of a license, one would have to purchase a license on the first of the year.

Eastern Wyoming Nature Conservancy Talks Current Projects and Community Involvement

The Nature Conservancy is a global non-profit organization which aims to protect land and water for all living things. The Eastern Wyoming Chapter of the Nature Conservancy is celebrating the 30th anniversary of their founding this year.

UW Makes Strides Towards Easing Student Transfers

In December of 2018, the University of Wyoming joined with a national network in their efforts to ease student transfers.

Habitat For Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns Sees Success

In 2018, Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns was able to move a family into a newly built home before Christmas, and this year, the organization has nothing but more success to look forward to.

Antelope Butte Only Partially Open For Now

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The Antelope Butte Mountain Recreation Area is now open Friday through Sunday, though only a small percentage of the area is currently able to be reached by ski lift.

Sheridan County Library to Host Valentine’s Day Card Making Event

This Saturday, the Sheridan County Fulmer Library will be hosting a Valentine’s Day card making event.

Second Chance Sheridan Cat Rescue Gears Up For an Exciting Year

Sheridan-based non-profit organization Second Chance Cat Rescue is starting off the new year with a bang, including an upcoming fundraiser and relocation to a larger building.

Hub on Smith to Host “When I’m 64” Monthly Life Planning Lecture

On the first Tuesday of every month, the Hub on Smith Street in Sheridan hosts an event titled “When I’m 64,” aiming to help local community members plan for their futures.

Big Brothers Big Sisters Benefits Sheridan Youth

Big Brothers Big Sisters is a mentoring program that pairs positive adult role models, called Bigs, with children and teens, called Littles.

Bighorn Mountain Crawlers to Host Summer Safari Fundraiser

Based out of Sheridan, non-profit organization Bighorn Mountain Crawlers (BMC) has had one main philosophy since their founding in 2015-- to keep public lands accessible for the recreation and enjoyment of all. This summer, BMC is planning a fundraiser to maintain vehicular access to public lands.

Sheridan VA to Host Annual Creative Arts Festival

Every year, the VA hosts a Creative Arts Festival for veterans, giving them an opportunity to express their creative talents, compete with other veterans, and participate in an art show.

Community Conversations Discussing Workplace Harassment

The Center for a Vital Community (CVC) will be hosting a third round of Community Conversations, this time about Sheridan community members’ experiences with workplace harassment.

Arrest in Sheridan After Multiple Thefts and Pursuit

On January 18, officers of the Sheridan Police Department were advised that a male subject had fled from a local sporting goods store with a stolen handgun.

Chronic Wasting Disease Found in Elk Hunt Area Near Sheridan

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department confirmed a cow elk has tested positive for chronic wasting disease (CWD) in Elk Hunt Area 37. The elk was harvested by a hunter in late December.

Legislation Introduced to Provide Property Tax Relief to WY Seniors

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Legislation introduced in the House provides for property tax relief to Wyoming senior citizens.

Legislation Introduced to Boost In-State Education Opportunities

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Representative Bill Henderson of Cheyenne introduced legislation this week to encourage more Wyoming residents to attend the University of Wyoming as well as Wyoming community colleges.

Casper Man Cites New Wyoming ‘Stand Your Ground’ Law

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A Casper man charged with first-degree murder in the shooting death of another man has asked the judge to throw out the case, citing Wyoming’s new “stand your ground” law, according to a release from the Associated Press.