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October 13th, 2013

WEEKEND LOCAL SPORTS WRAP UP

BRONC FOOTBALL - The Broncs whipped Cheyenne Central 47-7 to run their record to 6-1, they welcome Natrona county to town Friday night

RAMS FOOTBALL - The Big Horn Rams won at Wheatland 28-26 coming from behind for the victory. The Rams host Moorcroft Friday at 1:00

EAGLES FOOTBALL - The Tongue River Eagles picked up their 2nd win of the season beating Wright 14-6. The Eagles travel this week to play at Newcastle Friday night.

COWBOY FOOTBALL - The Wyoming Cowboys Beat New Mexico 38-31, they host Colorado state this week.

Caesar's in the House

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Friday, Sheridan College held an open house to introduce the community to the Edward A. Whitney Academic Center. Bright, shiny and brand spanking new, the facility boasts more space and houses a new book store, all student services, and many new classrooms.

Fire House Open House Draws Hundreds

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Saturday, hundreds of kids with their families showed up at the Sheridan Fire and Rescue Station for its annual Fire Prevention Week Open House.

Locals Join Countrywide Prayer Circle

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Saturday, close to 30 people gathered at the courthouse corner of Main and Burkitt to pray for our country. The event is called the “Public Square Rosary” which has been held across the country since World War II.

Biketober Fest 2013

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Walk, run, or bike, that was the order of the day, for Sheridan Community Land Trust's third annual Biketober Fest.

Who's the Toughest Dog in Town?

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The Poll Question of the Week

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The debt ceiling of debt limit was put in place by Congress to limit the amount of national debt that can be issued by the Treasury. It's the total amount of money the government is authorized to borrow to meet its obligations.

October 12th

Horse-Drawn Hearse Offers Different Experience

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The visual image is striking, a line of cars following a team of horses carrying a casket to Sheridan's municipal cemetery.

Week in Review

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It's time for our Sheridan Media Week in Review, a look back at some of the top stories from this past week. Longtime Game and Fish employee Warren Mischke announced his retirement from the department, effective Monday, November 4th. Mischke says that his job as public information specialist in the Sheridan region was very rewarding.

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Quota Met, Second Wolf Hunt Area Closes

The quota in a second wolf hunt area has been met and will be closed for the remainder of the season.
“Wolf hunt area 5 has reached its quota of 3 wolves,” said Alan Dubberley, Public Information Officer for the Wyoming Game and Fish Department.