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August 1st, 2014

Is it a good idea for the city of Sheridan to have a Chief of Staff?

First Northern Bank of Wyoming
Yes
19% (123 votes)
No
72% (457 votes)
Undecided
9% (59 votes)
Total votes: 639

Sheridan Man Goes to Jail for Robbery

A man from Sheridan has been sentenced to 2 1/2 to five years in prison for robbing a pharmacy in Casper.

Longmire Days Drew Nationwide Audience

Buffalo's Longmire Days event drew a nationwide audience. Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

July 31st

House District 40 Candidates Present Platforms

There are two candidates vying for the Republican nomination for Wyoming House District #40 that encompasses Johnson and Sheridan Counties. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

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Free Swim Offered at Kendrick Pool

Saturday the Kendrick Park Pool will offer free swimming to the public between 1 and 7.

A Look Back in Time: Aug. 1, 1914

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sackett and Mrs. Gatchell and daughters motored to Buffalo yesterday evening.

Deadline Nears for Campaign Finance Reports

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The Wyoming Secretary of State's Office issued a reminder to all candidates Thursday, that they must file their campaign finance receipt reports by Tuesday, August 12, seven days before the upcoming primary election.

Troopers fall at state baseball, play again today / 2014 Fall Sports / 3 on 3 volleyball tomorrow

TROOPER BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers dropped a tight game at the state "AA" American Legion baseball tournament in Gillette last night Gillette beat the Troopers 11-10

Casper beat Cheyenne 8-2 setting up today's action, at 1:00 Cheyenne plays Jackson in a loser out game, the winner of that game will turn right around and play the Troopers at 4:00.

The two winners Gillette and Casper play tonight at 7:00 with the winner advancing to the state title game.

Historians Plan Cemetery Tours

The time has come once again for the Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum's Echoes of the Past Cemetery Tours, and museum educator Jennifer Romanosky said this year will feature six days of “spirit” filled tours for those who wish to attend.