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May 23rd, 2014

Official Says Leave Newborn Wildlife Alone

As we head into the Memorial Day weekend when many people will be enjoying the outdoors, wildlife officials are taking the moment to warn people to leave newborn wildlife alone.

Game and Fish Seeks Comment on Sheridan Region Objectives

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department will hold public meetings to review and discuss big game herd management objectives in the Sheridan region.

Bighorn Campgrounds Open for Memorial Day

Four campgrounds will open this weekend to officially kick off the summer season in the Bighorns.

May 22nd

A Look Back in Time: May 23, 1914

“The Lost Paradise,” the three-act drama given to benefit Sheridan Elks Lodge 520, opened at the Orpheum Theater last night. The play will be presented again tonight.

AP News Update

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Lady Bronc advance at stete soccer / State track continues / Troopers back in action tonight

STATE SOCCER - The 4-A East dominated play on the first day of the state soccer tournament as seven of eight teams advanced to the semi finals.

In the girls bracket the Sheridan Lady Broncs beat West number one seed Casper Kelly Walsh 1-0 they will play Gillette in the semi finals today, the other semi final has Laramie playing Cheyenne East

Three of the boys East teams advanced to the semi finals yesterday with Green River being the lone team from the west to make it to the winners bracket.

Former Cowboy QB Brett Smith cut by Tampa Bay

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers added four players to its roster Wednesday.The moves necessitated the release of a few players.

One victim of those cuts is former Wyoming Cowboys quarterback Brett Smith.Smith signed with the Bucs after going undrafted on May 10.

Former Lady Bronc Taylor Gardner advances to NCAA West Prelims for Cowgirl Track

LARAMIE, Wyo. (May 22, 2014) – Fourteen University of Wyoming track and field members have qualified to compete in the NCAA West Preliminary on May 29-31 in Fayetteville, Ark., the governing body announced Thursday.

The eight Cowboy and six Cowgirl contenders tie the program’s highest total ever, as Wyoming sent the same number in 2012.

Public Works Budget Presented at Work Session

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The Sheridan City Council held their latest budget work session Thursday at City Hall. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the details.

Getting Ready for Graduation

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Hundreds of students throughout Sheridan County will be receiving their High School diplomas soon, as graduation ceremonies for Sheridan High School, Tongue River, Big Horn, Arvada-Clearmont and Fort Mackenzie will take place this weekend.