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April 11th, 2013

SHS Rodeo Returns to the Sheridan County Fairgrounds

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At Thursday night's meeting of the Sheridan County Fair Association Board of Trustees, facilities director at the fairgrounds, Jamie Ringley, presented a few projects that were approved by the board. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy has the story.

Wildlife Crime on the Rise

Wildlife crime in northeast Wyoming is on the rise. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Emergency Responders to Hold Mock Drunk Driving Demo at SHS

Sheridan Fire-Rescue, along with other local emergency service providers, will be conducting a “Last Call” drill at Sheridan High School on Friday, May 3, at 8:45 a.m.

Todd Cornell-20 Years In China

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Sheridan College in Johnson County presented Todd Cornell discussing his more than 20 years living in China Wednesday evening at the Buffalo Theater.

Cornell gave an audio/visual program and spoke about his experiences living and learning in a culture completely different than the one he grew up in here in the U.S.

SC Recognizes Outstanding Service-Learning Project and Community Partner

The Sheridan College award for Outstanding Service-Learning Project was recently presented to Josh Michelena, Construction Technology Instructor, and his students for their work on constructing homes for Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns.

Lummis Vouches for Hydropower

Congresswoman, Cynthia Lummis, took two minutes on the floor of the House of Representatives to lend an enthusiastic, supportive voice for hydropower development and rural jobs in Wyoming.

Wyoming High Mercury Fish Identified

The Wyoming Department of Health has issued an advisory for Wyomingites regarding mercury in some wild-caught freshwater fish.

Crash Course: Obamacare

The upcoming year will be a big one in terms of implementing healthcare reform for both businesses and individuals, as key components of the Affordable Care Act go into play.

SHERIDAN BRONC COLLEGE SIGNINGS / THE LOCAL SPORTS SCHEDULE

SHS COLLEGE SIGNINGS - A Sheridan Bronc track and cross country stand-out signed to compete at the University of Wyoming Wednesday and today a Bronc football player will make it official on where he intends to play college football.

Sheridan high school senior distance runner Micheal Rottelini made it official Wedensday afternoon and signed a national letter of intent to run for the University of Wyoming this fall.