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October 15th, 2012

Kleenburn Ponds Stocked With Catfish

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Fisheries Technication Garrett Point stocks catfish at Kleenburn Ponds Oct. 11. (G&F Photo)
Sheridan Fisheries Biologist, Andrew Nikirk, helps stock catfish at Kleenburn Ponds Oct. 11. (G&F Photo)
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Sheridan fisherman don't have to go far to sink their hooks into dinner, and next year is gearing up to be no exception. The Game and Fish Department recently reported they stocked the ponds at the Kleenburn Recreation Area, near Acme, with approximately 2,000 catfish.

Name that College

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Let's hope that Bob and Jim from KWN Construction are up-to-speed with their spelling skills this Monday morning. So far so good as "Sheri" is set in stone (actually brick) while "dan" waits at Jim's feet and "College" leans in from the right.

Burning Down the House

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To culminate National Fire Prevention Week, Sheridan Fire-Rescue hosted an open house over the weekend that included everything from fire truck rides to a live fire demonstration and a BBQ.

Photos by Ron Richter

Kidnapping Suspect Arrested in Montana

The Cody Police Department held a press conference Monday morning to give new details regarding the apprehension of a suspect in last week's kidnapping of an 11-year-old girl in Cody.

Public Pulse - Monday 10/15/12

Sheridan Genealogy Society / Wyoming Cancer Resource Services w/Julia Bettinger

Commissioners to Consider Lake DeSmet Resolution

The Sheridan County Commissioners are moving forward with plans to attempt to negotiate a 99-year lease of water rights with the Game and Fish for its portion of the lake.

Bald Eagle

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This picture was taken south of Sheridan, about a quarter of a mile from the Big Horn Y. It is a young juvenile bald eagle that was feasting on a dead deer along the highway.

Picture by: Giesella Shaffer

Council to Consider Code Revisions Tonight

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Council to Consider Code Revisions Tonight

The Sheridan City Council will consider adoption of two ordinances that will update the fire and building codes at their regularly scheduled meeting this evening. City Council President John Heath.

VA: Critical Mass Is Missing From Clientèle

Veterans Affairs hospitals across the country are striving to become leaders in the medical field, and the Sheridan facility is no exception.