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August 11th, 2014

Livestock Sales Results Still Pending

Results of this year's 4-H/FFA livestock sale are still pending, according to information from the University of Wyoming Extension Service in Sheridan.

City Candidates Weigh in on Sales Tax

Three candidates are seeking to fill a two-year vacancy on Sheridan's City Council.

Monday 08-11-14

Chamber Of Commerce / Sheridan College, Spear O Wigwam

Kinskey Meets With City, County Officials

Since he was sworn in last month, State Senator Dave Kinskey has made himself known in the Johnson County area, sitting in on numerous meetings and connecting with county officials.

Whitney Benefits Grant Helps College Nursing Program

The Whitney Benefits foundation has gifted Sheridan College in Sheridan with a grant to fund a part-time instructor for the college's Certified Nursing Assistant program.

Group Meets to Discuss Sage Grouse

The Northeast Wyoming Sage-grouse Working Group will meet Friday morning at the Buffalo Bureau of Land Management office in Buffalo.

Taste of Sheridan Features Ten Vendors

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It was a food tasting festival extravaganza Sunday afternoon as hundreds showed up for the 6th annual Taste of Sheridan. Held on the infield of Thorne-Rider Park, ten local restaurants sold 'tastes' of their in-house specialties.

Sheridan County Rodeo...A Family Event

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The 34th Annual Sheridan County Rodeo took place over the weekend with over 300 contestants. Sheridan County Rodeo Board Member Wendy Neeson says this rodeo is all about reconnecting.

A Look Back in Time: Aug. 11, 1914

A telegram has been received here announcing the death of Carl Smyth.

August 10th

Bronc football opens practice / all other local sports start a week from today/ Broncos back in action Sunday / Rockies win at Arizona

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL - The football season begins today for the Sheridan Bronc football team as two a days get underway.

The team held their annual player / parent meeting Saturday evening a day after finishing up their two day mountain camp with the seniors, Head coach Don Julian says the mountain camp went well.

He says it was a good chance for the coaches to find out what kind of leadership they can expect from this year's senior class.