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A Fantastic Array of Fiber Arts on Display

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The Fulmer Library's mezzanine has been transformed into a fabulous display of color and texture. The Sheridan Fiber Arts Guild held an artists' reception Thursday night featuring a variety of fiber arts mediums.

Collecting the Drugs

The recent Prescription Drug Take Back Day held last weekend in Sheridan netted a good amount of prescription medications.

BBB Warns About Phony IRS Calls

The Better Business Bureau that serves Wyoming and northern Colorado issued a warning today about bogus calls from the Internal Revenue Service. Bureau spokeswoman Shelley Polansky said her office has received numerous reports on the scam.

Shopapalooza Features 100 Purses

A special shopping spree that raises money for an organization that helps victims of crime will be held tonight. Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

Balow Wants More Talk Before Arming Teachers

During Sheridan Media’s man on the street interviews this week answering the poll question on who you would vote for, for state superintendent, a man said he would not vote for Republican Jillian Balow because she will not arm teachers.

Preparing for What's to Come

Winter Weather Awareness Day is next Wednesday, October 8. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Father, Daughter Bike for Veterans

A family from the northwest corner of the United States is biking across America to raise awareness for veterans. News Director Leslie Stratmoen visited with them during their stop in Sheridan. Here's their story.

Ms Wheelchair USA Joins Women's Antelope Hunt

The organizers of a special hunting excursion for women only have announced that a special guest has joined the hunt. Sheridan Media's Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

Commissioner Maier Receives State Honors

Sheridan County Commissioner Steve Maier received honors recently for his exemplary work in the state county commissioners’ organization.

Eating For the Children

UPDATE: The first Dining for a Cause event held Monday at Frackelton's restaurant in downtown Sheridan was a success, according to organizers, with more than $14,000 raised by night's end.