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Citizens for Recreation

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An informal group in Sheridan has been formed to help advance recreation in the area. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Coal is Still King

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For northern Wyoming, coal has been the mainstay of our economy from its early beginnings in the late 1800's until today.

John Woodward, Director of the Sheridan County Museum was the featured speaker at this week's Wyoming Wednesday held at the Information Center.

Lewis Bridge Workers Keep Water Pumping

The reconstruction of a bridge in a residential area of Sheridan will not interrupt water service to nearby customers. Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

Hoffman Honored for Service

A local man who spent most of his working career coaching at Sheridan College will be honored the first weekend in August. The man is Bruce Hoffman, who has given 50 years of dedicated service to the college, first as a coach, then as a trustee.

Sheridan Group Wins Another Blues Challenge

A music group from Sheridan recently won a blues competition in Casper. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Sheridan Group Wants to Block Fluoridation

Leaders of a group in Sheridan opposing fluoridation of the town's water system say they're prepared to take legal action to prevent fluoride from being added to the city's drinking water. Sarah Mercer is a member of the group, called Clean Water Sheridan.

Chamber Announces Board Nominees

The nominating committee of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce board of directors announced the candidates today for five positions on the board.

Mayor Explains Chief of Staff Position

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The decision to create a chief of staff position for the City of Sheridan and subsequently appoint Sheridan Police Chief Richard Adriaens to that position on an interim basis was explained by Sheridan Mayor John Heath at Monday night's City Council meeting.

Goose Creek Cup to Benefit Stream Restoration

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The Flying H Polo Club in Big Horn will once again be the site of the 5th annual Goose Creek Cup Sunday to benefit the Downtown Sheridan Association's revitalization efforts of Goose Creek. Gates will open at 3 and the action will begin at 5.

Longmire Days Wraps Three-Day Weekend Run

Buffalo's third annual Longmire Days celebration came to a close Sunday evening with a performance of Adam “the Ferg” Bartley an his jazz band in Crazy Woman Square, the culminating event of many over the previous three days.