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Gateway Park Public Workshop

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The City of Sheridan hosted the first of two public workshops Monday regarding the Sheridan Gateway Park. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

UPDATE: Frackelton's Raises Nearly $15K for Food Group

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UPDATE: Monday night's Dining for a Cause fundraiser at Frackelton's for The Food Group raised $500 more than last year's for the same organization -- $14,700. A total of 579 guests were served.

Turkey Dinner Raises Money for Story Center

The date for the annual turkey dinner to raise money for the community center in Story has been set for Sunday.

Big Horn Historian Recounts Story of Warehouse

A family in Big Horn is bringing back a piece of their own, and the community's, history. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair has details.

Buffalo Drug Take-Back Nets Pounds Of Meds

Buffalo's Drug Take-Back event was this past Saturday at the Shopko in Buffalo, a happening coinciding with the 10th National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day.

80 Years of Fun and Games

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Saturday, Whitney Commons was transformed into everything a family could want for fun. Six inflatables, a wide variety of games for every age, even a country store and let’s not forget the chili and cinnamon rolls.

First Cemetery Tour Well Attended

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Saturday the Sheridan County Museum hosted its first of three cemetery tours, exploring the final resting places of Sheridan County’s saints and sinners.

Police Say Drug Take-Back Day Success

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Saturday, the Sheridan Police Department set up a collection site in the Walgreen’s parking lot on Coffeen, to collect any unneeded or unused prescriptions.

Fiber Arts Show Opens Monday

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The Sheridan Fiber Arts Guild will opens its 18th annual show Monday on the mezzanine of the local library Monday, September 28th. Saturday morning, nearly a dozen guild members were there hanging the show. Member Janet Hoxie explained.

After Bear Kills Son, Father Calls $13,120 Fine ‘A Joke’

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by Angus M. Thuermer Jr. | WyoFile.com

A father whose son was killed by a bear while working in the Teton Wilderness said this week Wyoming OSHA’s $13,120 fine against the company involved in the death is “a joke.”