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Magazine Names Sheridan Top Mountain Town

Sheridan has just been named one of the top ten mountain towns by the North American Hunter magazine. The news was delivered by Shawn Buckley to the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce members gathered Wednesday for the Chamber’s monthly luncheon.

Organizers Base Hospital Fundraiser on MASH

The entire community is invited to dress up like characters from a notable film and TV show for an upcoming fundraiser. Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

Deadly Animal Disease Not Threat in Big Horns

A neurological disease that can be deadly to deer, elk and moose, is not a threat to big game animals in the Big Horns, though a case was confirmed recently in the northwestern part of the state.

Yellowstone Releases Bison Population Estimate

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Yellowstone National Park officials have just released information on the number of bison within the park. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the details.

Mountain Campus to Host Lecture on Hemingway

In 1928, world famous writer Ernest Hemingway wrote a version of his book, “A Farewell to Arms,” at the Spear-O-Wigwam Ranch in the Bighorn Mountains.

Double Feature Presents Two Styles of Shakespeare

A live performance coming up in Sheridan will present two styles of a Shakespearean play. Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

Absaroka State Takeover

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Whitney Plaza in Sheridan will be the site for a unique car show this weekend. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

'Wireless' at the Carriage House

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The old-time feel of a live radio studio will be the backdrop for this weekend's Trail End Guild's production of “Wireless: Live Readers' Theater From the Golden Age of Radio.”

Miller Would Change How Congress Passes Laws

U.S. Senate candidate Bryan Miller, who’s going up against senior Republican Senator Mike Enzi in the primary to represent the people of Wyoming in Washington, says his military experience has prepared him for the job.

Kinskey Prepares for Legislative Session

Recently appointed state Senator Dave Kinskey of Sheridan is facing a learning curve to get up to speed on issues.