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Last week for Tween Program

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This is the last week of the tween program at the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library. Director Cameron Duff said this is the first year for the program, which focuses on youth aged 10 to 12.

Canby Street Fire Still Under Investigation

The cause of a fire that damaged a house on Canby Street in Sheridan early this morning remains under investigation.

Today’s Dining for Cause Benefits High School Project

Sheridan High School’s activities director says today is a big day.

Getting Ready for Spring-Time Fishing

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Fishing season is right around the corner, so the Little Big Horn Chapter of Trout Unlimited hosted a fly tying clinic Saturday at the Fly Shop of the Big Horns on Main Street in Sheridan.

Search for Missing Child Continues

The recovery effort for a 4 year-old girl who fell through the ice near the Powder River Exit on Interstate 90 east of Buffalo earlier this month was resumed this past Saturday but nothing was found during the day-long search.

Upcoming Dining For a Cause to Benefit SHS Locker Room Project

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Sheridan High School will be the beneficiary of Monday’s Dining For a Cause Event at Frackelton’s, located on Main Street in Sheridan.

Change of Scenery for Miss Wyoming

Miss Wyoming stopped by Sheridan Media Friday to discuss a recent move, and what she’s got planned for the immediate future. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

‘Behind the Scenes Saturday’

The Sheridan County Museum started its “Behind the Scenes Saturday” program in 2013 during the off-season as a means to give the public a glimpse of what goes on at the museum on a day-to-day basis.

Kennon Announces New CEO

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Kennon Products, Inc, of Sheridan has announced that Joe Wright has been promoted to chief executive officer of the company. According to a news release from Kennon, Wright previously served as executive vice president and will now succeed Ron Kensey, the company’s founder and former CEO.

Public Welcome to Cowboy Hall of Fame Reception

Five men will be honored Saturday for living a true western cowboy life. They’ve been chosen as the first group inducted into the Wyoming Cowboy Hall of Fame for Region 5, which includes both Sheridan and Johnson counties.