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Giving Kids a Smile

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Thursday afternoon children from Sheridan County spent the afternoon getting their pearly whites examined free of charge thanks to the 4th annual “Give Kids a Smile Day” at Sheridan College.

The latest in Wyoming’s long line of anti-labor legislation

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Guest column by Kerry Drake
Originally published February 19, 2013 on WyoFile.com

Two bills passed by the Wyoming House and Senate last week are tantamount to state-sanctioned theft of workers’ wages and benefits.

Dust Suppression Grant Agreement Received

Sheridan County has received the grant agreement from the Wyoming Department of Transportation that will allow for the application of magnesium chloride on approximately 140 miles of County roads.

Wyoming Artist Featured at Martinsen Gallery

Sheridan College students passing by the Martinsen Gallery will be treated to new scenery starting today.

Shelter Raises $16K for Pets

The Sheridan Dog and Cat Shelter's "Beat the Winter Blues" Chili Supper and Fun night was attended by approximately 300 people who came out to show their support.

Padlock Ranch Receives Stewardship Award

The Wyoming Stock Growers Association has announced that the Padlock Ranch, which operates on 500,000 acres spanning the Wyoming-Montana border is the recipient of the 2013 Leopold Conservation Award.

Early Snowmelt Forecast 80 Percent of Average

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Preliminary forecasts for this year's snowmelt in Wyoming are predicting a runoff of about 80 percent of normal. Wyoming's winter mountain snowpack melts off from April to September.

City Recycling Survey Released

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During the month of December the City of Sheridan conducted a recycling survey where 250 households were contacted by phone to garner their input on the City's recycling program. City Public Works Director Nic Bateson.

Wyoming lags behind Western GOP states on Medicaid expansion

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By Ron Feemster WyoFile.com - originally published January 22, 2013

Four Republican Western-state governors who originally opposed the Affordable Care Act (ACA) changed their minds in the past month and came out in favor of expanding Medicaid coverage for their neediest residents.

SEEDA Discusses Revisions to MOU With Forward Sheridan

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The Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority discussed revisions to the memorandum of understanding with Forward Sheridan Tuesday.