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Senator Barrasso on Wolf Management

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U.S. Senator for Wyoming John Barrasso recently gave his opinion on wolf management in Wyoming during an appearance on our news talk show Public Pulse. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the details.

Shelter Board Member Gives Pet-O-Ween Tips

One of the organizers of the upcoming costume contest for critters talked about the event, live, on the Morning Show. Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

‘42nd Street’ Continues Run

After a successful opening night Gala performance over the weekend, the cast of the musical “42nd Street” is ready to take the WYO Theater stage tonight to continue the run through Sunday.

Dayton Mayor on Benefits of Penny Tax

In less than two weeks, Sheridan County voters will decide on the renewal of the optional one-cent sales tax when they take to the polls on November 4th. The tax was first approved by voters in 1979, and has been in continuous effect since 1989.

Jaycees Getting Set for Halloween Parade

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A local organization is getting ready to host a Halloween themed even this weekend in Sheridan. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the details.

Open Range at the Inn

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A historic building in Sheridan will be the site of a new bar and grill soon. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the details.

Sheridan College Tech Center To Receive State Funding Boost

The state's building commission has given a stamp of approval to the renovation and expansion of the technical center at Sheridan College in Sheridan, to the tune of more than a quarter of a million dollars.

Latest ‘Longmire’ Book Hits Shelves

The latest book in the ‘Longmire’ series written by Wyoming’s own Craig Johnson of Ucross hits the book shelves tomorrow.

Bond Set for Sexual Assault Suspect

A bond hearing was held Monday in Sheridan County Circuit Court for a Cheyenne man charged with Attempted Sexual Assault in the First Degree and Criminal Entry.

Raising the Roof in Dayton

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The Dayton Benefit Club hosted its first ever chili supper and cook-off Saturday to help raise funds for a new roof for the Dayton Community Hall. Eight-four years old, the building, according to Club President Theresa Luskin, has seen its fair share of use.