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February 9th, 2016

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 10, 1916

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. 10, 1916.

Tuesday, February 9th

Write-In: 2-9-2016
All items for sale
1. 1996 Ford Windstar LX $1000
2. 1980 280 ZX in good condition, nice, must see, $3200
3. Complete Victor saline torch set: oxygen and saline tanks with cart $550
4: 360 xbox with 5 games $125
Parting out 1997 Plymouth Voyager
Will cut and remove any trees or limbs.
Call: 307-461-2908 VIII

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Tuesday 02-09-16

Downtown Sheridan Association, Beth Holsinger / Title 25, Paul Demple

Monday 02-01-16

Brown Bag Series and Saturday U

Governor Says He’ll Support Coal Industry, Medicaid Expansion, Fight for State Rights

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Despite the downturn in energy prices, Wyoming remains strong and must invest in infrastructure projects and accept federal funds to expand Medicaid to keep moving forward, Gov. Matt Mead told lawmakers in his State of the State address Monday.

Congressional Race is Way More Than Snow White and 10 Dwarfs

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Picture this:  State Sen. Leland Christensen (R-Alta) is walking the neighborhoods of Worland knocking on doors. It is cold and snowy. He encounters “a friend of a friend” and they talk for 20 minutes.

Monthly Luncheon Features Chamber Awards

Dixie Johnson is a regular guest on Public Pulse. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce annual awards will be presented Wednesday, during the regular monthly luncheon.

Class Helps People Make Language Work

Lynn Gordon -- Leslie Stratmoen Photo

Local counselor Lynn Gordon of Sheridan is back this week offering her Brown Bag Briefings self-help free classes.

History Program Focuses on Ranchester

Historian Helen Laumann continues her Casual Conversations in History series this month, with a presentation on the town of Ranchester and how the railroad was built.

February 8th

School District #3 Bus Barn Fire Could Cost Over $1 Million

A fire to the bus barn owned by Sheridan County School District #3 was destroyed, along with three of their buses during an early morning fire on January 1. (Courtesy photo)

A fire that occurred in Clearmont during the early morning hours on New Year's Day destroyed the bus barn for Sheridan County School District #3. The fire also destroyed three out of the district’s five buses.