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Occupational Therapists Help Foster Independence

April is National Occupational Therapy Month, and in observance of the occasion, Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair talked to an occupational therapist in Sheridan to learn more about the profession. Here's her report.

RMEF Provide Grant to Wyoming

The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation has awarded Wyoming with a grant of over $310,000 to assist with elk research, habitat enhancement, permanent land protection, and improving public lands.

Good Intentions, Bad Idea Giving a Pet as a Gift

It is the time of year where giving someone a new pet is a very common happening.

Saturday Easter Egg Hunts in Sheridan County

Easter will fall on this Sunday and there are several pre-easter egg hunts happening in Sheridan County on Saturday in accordance with the holiday. The Sheridan Recreation District will hold two events, one for the humans and one for their furry four legged friends.

City Hydropower Project Could Begin in June

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Work on the Beckton Hall Energy Recovery Project could begin as soon as June. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Tickets Still Available for Museum Gala Fundraiser

Tickets are still available for next month’s gala fundraiser for the Sheridan County Historical Society and Museum.

Start-Up Challenge Finalists to be Presented Next Month

The five finalists in the Sheridan Start-Up Challenge will vie publicly for three $5,000 prizes and access to a $50,000 seed fund in a presentation on May 23.

Amy and Annie at the WYO

Singing and songwriting twin sisters and Wyoming natives Amy and Annie are bringing their act to the WYO Theater stage in Sheridan on Thursday night. The duo has been performing together since they were around the age of 11.

Weather Spotter Training Class Set for Saturday

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The National Weather Service in Billings will host a Skywarn Weather Spotter Training class Saturday from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm at the Masonic Lodge in Sheridan.

VOA Receives Gift From Powder River Energy

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Volunteers of America received a $1,000 gift from Powder River Energy Corporation, who made the donation as a result of their employee ugly Christmas sweater contest.