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300 Cyclists Participate in Bike MS Wyoming

About 300 cyclists left Sheridan College Saturday morning for the first day of the 2016 Bike MS Wyoming ride.

Rainbow Over the Big Horns

A partial rainbow formed over the Big Horn Mountains Saturday morning.

VA Hosts Mental Health Summit

The VA Health Care System's Mental Health Initiative and suicide prevention were the focus of a day-long Community Mental Health Summit held Thursday at Sheridan College.

Early Morning Crash on 5th and Main in Sheridan

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Officers with the Sheridan Police Department along with Rocky Mountain Ambulance and Sheridan Fire Rescue responded to a crash on 5th and Main this morning shortly after 8 o’clock. According to Sheridan Police Officer Adam Balthazor, the crash involved a pickup truck and a motorcycle.

Lawmakers Eye Nuke Plant, Waste

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WyoFile.com - Wyoming lawmakers may consider working with the U.S. Department of Energy in a new “consent-based” effort to establish sites for storing highly radioactive nuclear waste.

Candidates For Sheridan Council, County Speak at Forum

Candidates for Sheridan's mayor and city council and the Sheridan County commission introduced themselves and fielded questions from the audience during Wednesday night's candidate forum.

Schuster Still Mourning Loss of Forrest Mars Jr.

Ken Schuster, who's director and chief curator at the Brinton Museum in Big Horn, said the importance of the late Forrest Mars Jr. to the museum can't be overemphasized.

Chamber Lunch Featured Program Designed to Help Students Graduate

Several community members gathered for a delicious lunch during the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Monthly Luncheon Wednesday at the Sheridan Holiday Inn.

House District 29 Candidate Offers His Take on Budget Cuts

Wyoming House District 29 Candidate Mark Kinner of Sheridan recently appeared as a guest on our news talk show Public Pulse, where he offered his thoughts on state budget cuts.

Spear-O Mountain Campus to Host Legendary Horseman

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The Spear-O Mountain Campus Lecture Series will continue Sunday with a presentation by roping legend and Sheridan resident Buck Brannaman.