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Fly-in Features Plane Rides, Air Show

Pilots flying aerobatic stunts in the sky while people on the ground are touring vintage aircraft will set the scene this weekend for the fly-in at the airport in Sheridan.

County Accepts Bid For Courthouse Brick Work

At their last regular meeting, Johnson County's Commissioners were given a bid from Hydro-Tech, Inc. for brick restoration work on the outside walls of the historic courthouse building.

Sod Farm Fest a Success

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Saturday’s blustery weather forced many to break out the winter coats and snuggle up with blankets as Project Schoolhouse presented the 3rd Sod Farm Fest out on Owl Creek Road west of Sheridan.

Sheridan County Museum Visitation Remains Steady

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The number of visitors to the Sheridan County Museum remains about the same as last year according to museum director John Woodward.

Woodward said he’s looking at options to boost visitation.

Final Family Movie in the Park

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The setting was near perfect to enjoy a family-friendly movie Friday night near the bandshell in Kendrick Park. Presented by the Sheridan Wesleyan Church, the Family Movie in the Park, featured free popcorn and soda in addition to the movie.

Senator, Mayor Share Thoughts About Da Vinci's Horse

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The unveiling ceremony of “Leonardo’s Horse”, an 8-foot bronze of Leonardo Da Vinci’s famous horse sculpture, was held Thursday in front of the Downtown Sheridan Association building in Sheridan.

Farmers Market is Hitting its Mid-Season Stride

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Thursday’s weekly Sheridan Farmers Market was especially busy with all the activities going on downtown.

‘Leonardo’s Horse’ Unveiled to Trumpets Sounding

Leonardo Da Vinci’s legendary bronze horse was unveiled in downtown Sheridan to trumpets sounding and doves soaring. Sheridan Media’s Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

Smoke Coming From Other States

Smoke that's creating a haze in Sheridan and obscuring the Big Horn Mountains is from fires burning in surrounding states.

Yellowstone's July Visitation Highest On Record

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Tourism continues to flourish in our nation’s first national park, as Yellowstone experienced the highest recreational visitation on record in July with over 980,000 visits for the month, a 14 percent increase from last July, and a 2 percent increase over the previous July record in 2010.