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Sheridan Police Consider Body Cameras

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In light of recent national events involving law enforcement officers and the public, it's no surprise that police departments around the country are taking a serious look at adding body cameras for everyday use.

Dining For Cause Benefits Sheridan Public Arts

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Another Dining for a Cause event at Frackelton’s is coming up, and as part of the ongoing fundraiser, all of Monday’s lunch and dinner sales will be donated to another worthy organization.

Critics Say Wyoming Data Trespassing Law Criminalizes Science

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WyoFile.com - A recent opinion piece published by Slate magazine states that a new Wyoming law makes it illegal to collect data on public lands like Yellowstone. That somewhat overstated claim comes from an interpretive reading of a new state law passed earlier this year.

Mayor Discusses Creek Restoration, Aquatics Facility

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Sheridan’s mayor discussed topics ranging from creek restoration to the city’s partnership with the YMCA to build an indoor aquatics facility Tuesday on Public Pulse. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

District 1 Trustees Okay Alternative School 'Exploration'

Sheridan County School District 1 trustees voted to “explore” the possibility of establishing an alternative school on the campus of Sheridan College.

Canceled Speedway Season Opener Rescheduled

Though the first race on the newly-reopened Sheridan Speedway was canceled last week due to the weather, the second race of the season, is still scheduled for this Friday at 7, with gates opening at 5:30 p.m.

Sheridan's Everest Mountain Climber's Home Safe

Wyoming's Everest mountain climber who survived the earthquake and avalanche in Nepal is home safe and sound. Sheridan Media's Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

Chamber Program Focuses on Economic Development

Economic development will be the focus of the program for this month’s luncheon hosted by the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce.

Grouse Count Plummets in NPL Breeding Complex

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WyoFile.com - Wyoming Bureau of Land Management biologist Dale Woolwine sees the fractured greater sage grouse eggs in a ground-level nest and figures out the story pretty quickly.

Snickers Cup Draws Crowd Despite Weather

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Though the weather was unfavorable throughout the weekend, it did not stop over 120 soccer teams from Wyoming, Montana and South Dakota as they competed in the 11th Annual Snickers Big Horn Soccer Cup.