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July 10th, 2013

Senator Enzi Addresses Student Loan Interest Rates

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U.S. Senator Mike Enzi gave a speech on the Senate floor Wednesday about providing students with a permenant fix for college loan interest rates.

Lunch With the Governor

Nearly three hundred people were in attendance to listen to Wyoming Governor Matt Mead speak at Wednesday's Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon at the Sheridan Holiday Inn. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was there and has the details.

Anti-Fluoridation Petition in Sheridan Garners 250 Sigs in One Week

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UPDATE 7/11/13: A follow up story is available at http://www.sheridanmedia.com/new....

Scott Foundation Pledges $210,000 to SC's Thorne-Rider Campus Center

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The Sheridan College Foundation announced Wednesday they received a pledge of $210,000 from the Homer A. and Mildred S. Scott Foundation to go specifically towards the school's Thorne-Rider Campus Center.

Wednesday 07-10-13

Concerts In The Park / Thom Gabrukiewcz

Everyone Loves A Clydesdale

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Cute picture of Carly Laumann and Julia Conrad loving on
some of the Clydesdales

Photo by: Danielle Laumann

Sheridan Man Charged with Assault from Montana Road Rage Incident

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A 30 year-old Sheridan man was charged with felony assault with a weapon Tuesday, stemming from an incident in Montana where he allegedly flashed a handgun during a road rage confrontation.

TROOPS HEAD OUT ON THE ROAD / 2013 WYO RODEO BEGINS

TROOPER BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers will open up tournament play in Billings tomorrow they open against the Jackson Giants.

They also have games with the Billings Halos, Laramie and the Gillette Rustlers, Sunday is bracket play.

Head coach Ben Phillips says the players got a good wake up call in their last home loss to Gillette and had a good tournament in Cheyenne last week.

And he says the Troopers should be playing with a lot of confidence heading into the Billings tournament.

July 9th

Seeing First Hand What Wyoming has to Offer

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Wyoming has some of the most scenic and untouched wilderness areas in the United States and the Wyoming Wilderness Association does its best to protect that land.

Buffalo Council Approves Maintenance Funds For St. Francis

Buffalo's City Council, at their last meeting, approved $3,000 for maintenance at the St. Francis Animal Shelter.

Director Susan Guilford approached the council, saying the shelter was in need of replacing cat kennels and repairing a dog run area adjacent to the building.