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February 12th, 2014

Chamber Celebrates Year of Growth

Last year was one of growth for the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce.

Seminar Explores Behavior

Counselor Lynn Gordon says there really are differences between men and women – and the differences aren't just physical.

Dayton Council Meets Next Week

Dayton's town council will consider a request from Crazy Woman Saloon to have outside music on Friday night during Dayton Days.

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 13, 1914

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on
Feb. 13, 1914.

SC splits games in Powell / Cowgirls finally get it done on the road

SC HOOPS - The Sheridan college basketball teams split at Northwest college in Powell Wednesday night.

The Lady Generals lost 78-75 and the Generals got a late three point basket from Jamir Andrews and beat the Trappers 79-78 Andrews hit the game winner with seven seconds to play.

Next up for both teams are home games next Wednesday against Miles City, Montana.

COWGIRL HOOPS - The Wyoming Cowgirls won their first road conference game of the season Wednesday night at San Diego state 69-60. The Cowboys and Cowgirls play Saturday against San Jose state.

AP News Update

Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment

Senator Reacts to Firing Squad Bill Being Shot Down

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Earlier this week the Wyoming Senate voted not to consider legislation intended to change the death penalty in Wyoming to firing squad for inmates on death row. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more.

Wards or At-Large, the Debate Continues

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The Sheridan City Council, at their regular meeting February 3rd, elected to table an ordinance that would have eliminated the three wards in the City, changing the six council seats to at-large positions. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more on this ongoing story.

Senator Enzi Votes Against Debt Increase

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The United States Senate Wednesday agreed with the House and voted to increase the nation's debt limit, no strings attached. U.S. Senator for Wyoming Mike Enzi voted against the debt limit increase.

Powder River Fire Seeks MOU for Suppression Account

Powder River Fire District, the southern district located in Kaycee, is seeking a Memorandum of Understanding between themselves and the county commission concerning fire suppression funds, according to Deputy County Attorney Barry Crago.