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July 3rd, 2015

Prescription Glasses

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Lost or stolen: Prescription glasses. Silver wire frame.
Lost or stolen in the vicinity of 39 N. Scott Street on or about June 29th. Please call (307) 675-2222.

Wyoming Theater Festival

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(Photo by Ron Richter)

The first ever Wyoming Theater Festival is set to take place July 13 through the 25 in Sheridan.

First People’s Pow Wow Returns to Sheridan

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(Photo by Ron Richter)

The tipi went up Thursday on the front lawn of the Sheridan Inn for what will be the 2nd annual First People’s Pow Wow next week.

View Wildlife From a Distance in Yellowstone

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(Photo by Ron Richter)

As Yellowstone National Park enters the busiest month of the year, visitors are reminded that they are responsible for their safety, which includes viewing wildlife from a distance of at least 25 yards.

July 2nd

Troopers drop opener in Cheyenne / Rockies fall at D-Backs / 2015 WYO Rodeo week opens Monday

TROOPER BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers dropped their opening game at a tournament in Cheyenne Thursday dropping and 8-2 decision to Cheyenne Post 6.

Play continues this afternoon with a game against a team from Lubbock , Texas, Head coach Ben Phillips' mantra all season long has been getting quality starts on the mound.

Tomorrow they will play two games with teams from Denver and will close out the weekend with one game Sunday.

The Troops play at home Monday when they host a double header with Cody the first game will start at 5:00.

Forty Years of Fireworks

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This family business has been in operation for the past 40 years and continues to explode. Whiz Bang Fireworks, found on the north side of town, near Kmart continues to do a booming business and Mariah Geertz says the entire family pitches in.

Boot Kickoff Gets the Celebration Going

Boots will be flying Tuesday in Kendrick Park as hundreds of Sheridan area residents and visitors gather for the annual Boot Kick-Off.

Sheridan Cowgirls Rodeo

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The pounding of hoof prints kicking up arena dust was the steady beat for Thursday night’s Sheridan Cowgirls Rodeo. Over 50 contestants saddled up to participate in barrel racing, pole bending, goat tying, team roping and steer stopping at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds.

School District 2 Has Cameras on Nearly All Buses

Earlier this week, Sheridan Media reported that 60 percent of school buses in Wyoming are now equipped with outside cameras to help catch motorists who illegally pass a stopped bus. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair has a local take on the story.

WYDOT Discusses Revenue, Allocations In Report

In a report to the Johnson County Commissioners during their last regular meeting, Mark Gillett, Engineer for the Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT)'s District Four, discussed where WYDOT's anticipated revenue comes from, and where their funds are allocated.