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May 22nd, 2015

Eaton Horse Drive to Arrive Sunday

Photo by Pat Blair.

The horses that will provide rides for guests at Eatons' Ranch this summer will arrive in Sheridan on Sunday morning.

A Look Back in Time: May 23, 1915

This is the last week of the Great Special May sale at Reed's.

Tough Weather Doesn’t Dampen Unplugged Activities

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Unplugged week ended with a camp out in the park and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this story.

Train Derailment on Highway 338

(Photo by Ron Richter)

UPDATE-
Matt Jones, Regional Public Affairs Director for Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway has confirmed that Highway 338 has been reopened to one-lane traffic, as flaggers are one scene and assisting with vehicle traffic.

Jones said that a BNSF train carrying coal derailed at approximately 12:30 Friday, causing the highway to be closed temporarily. He added that there were no injuries and that at this time it is uncertain what caused the derailment or how long before the road is completely reopened.

Orange Tabby Cat

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4 yr. old female orange tabby cat. Answers to Loki. Last seen Monday, May 18 at 4 South Drive off Beckton Hall Road. Please phone 673-0017.

Camera

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Lost camera on South Sheridan Ave. north to Avoca Ave or south down Coffeen Ave on evening of May 21st 2015. Please call 307 461 2934.

Red and White Dog

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Red and white dog found. Very sweet, well-behaved found in the Trail's End parking lot. For more information call the front desk. 307-672-2477.

Friday, May 22nd

Write-In: 05-22-2015
ALL SWAP SHOP CALLERS DURING THE SHOW WILL BE ENTERED INTO A WEEKLY DRAWING TO WIN, THIS WEEKS GIVEAWAY: $100 GIFT CERTIFICATE TO THE HEALTH NUT. GATHER UP YOUR OLD STUFF, CALL IN TO THE SHOW TO SELL IT, AND BE ENTERED TO WIN WITH YOUR PHONE NUMBER. WINNERS WILL BE ANNOUNCED TUESDAY MORNING (MAY 26TH).

Senate Panel Clears Bill to Protect Knife Owners

A bipartisan measure, led by Republican U.S. Senator Mike Enzi of Wyoming and Democrat U.S. Senator Ron Wyden of Oregon, would ensure people who are traveling with a secured knife are not prosecuted under local or state laws.

Citizen Wants Commission to Pull Support for Red Grade Trails Project

A local citizen asked the Sheridan County Commission this week to withdraw its support for the proposed Red Grade Trails project in the Big Horns south of Sheridan.