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June 27th, 2014

Sheridan County Boy Life Flighted to Billings

Sheridan County Sheriff Dave Hofmeier has confirmed that an unidentified 11-year-old boy from Sheridan County was life flighted to a Billings hospital Thursday evening after being shot in the head.

Summer beauty in the Big Horn Mountains

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Photos submitted by Gary and Susanne Hinz

Who do you favor for the Republican nomination for Governor?

First Northern Bank of Wyoming
Cindy Hill
15% (146 votes)
Matt Mead
35% (347 votes)
Taylor Haynes
50% (500 votes)
Total votes: 993

Movie Night in the Park

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The Sheridan Wesleyan Church and Vertical Church are sponsoring three movie nights in the park this summer, with the first one set for tonight at 9 in Kendrick Park at the band shell. The event is free, which includes popcorn and soda, however, you must bring your own lawn chair and blanket.

Wacky Science at the Library

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The Inner Circle at the library was turned into a science lab Thursday morning. Sarah Mentock from Science Kids led these junior scientists in some unusual, but fun, science experiments.

June 26th

University of Wyoming's Economic Impact

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Earlier this week the University of Wyoming released a report that was conducted by the university's Office of Research and Economic Development that showed the impact the university provides to the state's economy.

“Saturday U” in Ucross

Faculty members from the University of Wyoming have teamed up for a project combining science and art at the Ucross Foundation. The results of their work will be presented in a public program at the foundation on Saturday.

Troopers great first day of camp / Troops back in action Monday / Jets drop two in Casper / Rockies fall in opener at Milwaukee

TROOPER BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers had a great opening day of camp Thursday, Trooper camp will end tomorrow. Head coach Ben Phillips says they had a great turnout.

And he says it's good for the Trooper players to be out on the field helping out the younger ones learn more about the game.

The Troops are coming off a double header loss at Casper, Phillips says they played tough but came up short in both games.

Senior Center, College Form Partnership

Sheridan's Senior Center and Sheridan College have announced a partnership that will benefit the college's students and Sheridan County's senior citizens.