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Waning Energy Revenue Could Cause 10% Budget Decline

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Wyoming’s economy is following the mineral industry — once again — into a downturn that could shrink revenue by 10 percent or more.

College Offers New Musical Opportunity

Sheridan College’s director of stringed instruments, Dr. Mark Elliot Bergman, plans to introduce an old style of music to Sheridan, which features instruments called viols, but he needs players.

Wasp Traps and Their Effect on New Invasive Species

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Earlier we reported on an invasive species that has made its way to Sheridan recently. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter takes a look at what can be done to control the new wasps in our area.

Invasive Wasp Species Found in Sheridan

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The University of Wyoming Cooperative Extension Service has confirmed that an invasive species of wasps have been found in Sheridan this summer. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

‘Out of Darkness’ Walk A Week From Saturday

The 5th annual “Out of Darkness” walk hosted by the Sheridan County Suicide Prevention Coalition, will take place Saturday, September 12 at Whitney Commons in Sheridan. The walk will begin at 10, with registration taking place at 9.

Crews Fight Two Fires at Soldier Creek

UPDATE, 10:20 p.m. - Crews from five fire departments battled two grass fires at Soldier Creek Tuesday afternoon.

Butler Returns as WYO Theater Director

As the community comes together Wednesday for an open house pizza party at the WYO Theater in downtown Sheridan, they’ll be welcoming back a former assistant director as their new director.

Bozeman Trail Days

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In celebration of Bozeman Trail Days, history came alive at Fort Phil Kearny in Johnson County with a group camped there forming a living history display. Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this report.

Thousands Flock to Sheridan Air Show

At least 2,500 people attended Saturday's air show at the Sheridan County Airport in Sheridan.

Connor Diorama Debuts in Ranchester

Tom Warnke's latest diorama, a depiction of the Connor Battle only blocks from what's now the main street of the town of Ranchester, was presented to the public in an open house Saturday at Ranchester's information center.