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Another Successful “Trees for Trash”

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Saturday a steady stream of traffic made its way up the hill to the Sheridan Landfill taking advantage of the “Trees for Trash,” an annual day set aside to help ‘green up and clean up’ Sheridan and Sheridan County.

Sheridan Speedway Season Opener This Friday

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New owner of the Sheridan Speedway Craig Draper said that the opening of the speedway, which lay dormant since the mid-2000s, has been a community effort from the beginning.

Vision Beyond Borders Seeking Donations For Nepal

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The Christian Ministry organization Vision Beyond Borders is accepting donations right now to assist in efforts to rebuild Nepal, after the devastation caused by 7.8 magnitude earthquake in the South Asian country.

Update: Sheridan Climber Reports Progress

Darren Rogers, the Sheridan man who was stranded on Mount Everest in an earthquake-launched avalanche a week ago, reports that he's reached the village of Phortse in Nepal in his trek down the mountain.

Corps Outlines Plans for Goose Creeks in Public Meeting

Nearly 50 people attended a meeting at Sheridan's Best Western on Thursday night as the Army Corps of Engineers launched the first phase of a long-term effort to restore the ecosystem of the Big and Little Goose creeks within the city of Sheridan.

Sheridan Inn is Accepting Reservations, Opens in May

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The Sheridan community has been patiently awaiting the opening of the historic Sheridan Inn for 50 years since the last room was rented in 1965, and in May the fully renovated hotel will once again be open for business.

East Entrance to Yellowstone Opens Friday

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The east entrance to Yellowstone National Park is scheduled to open Friday, and the park’s south sentence is set to open the following Friday, May 8.

Drum and Bugle Corps Raising Funds For Trip

Member Wayne Hoff recently came on our news talk show Public Pulse to discuss the fundraiser, which will be held at Sheridan County Fairgrounds Exhibit Hall at noon.

Governor Talks About Growth, Economy

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead said his top priority for economic development is to make sure that Wyoming keeps the businesses that are already in the state.

SEEDA Receives First Light Quarterly Report

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The Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority Joint Powers Board received a quarterly report from First Light Children’s Center Executive Director Maureen Metcalf Tuesday.