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July 2nd, 2015

A Look Back in Time: July 3, 1915

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 July 3, 1915.

City, County Close for Holiday

Sheridan city and county offices, along with state and federal offices are closed Friday in observance of the Fourth of July holiday.

Q&A: Al Simpson likes Supreme Court’s same-sex marriage ruling

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The U.S. Supreme Court’s legalization of same-sex marriage means “Wyoming ought to get on board” with nondiscrimination policies, former U.S. Sen. Al Simpson said Monday.

Siamese Cat

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Blue Seal Siamese cat. 1 year old mostly white with grey stripes on legs tail and grey shading on face and body. skinny body build. He went missing up by Sheridan High School the beginning of June. Please call and leave a message 673-0689.

Thursday 07/02/15

Bighorn Mountain Festival, Bill Bradshaw / Antelope Butte Foundation, Jamie Schectman

Thursday, July 2nd

Write-In: 07-02-2015
ALL SWAP SHOP CALLERS DURING THE SHOW WILL BE ENTERED INTO A WEEKLY DRAWING! THIS WEEK’S GIVEAWAY IS TO BE DETERMINED! 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 MONDAY MORNING (JULY 6TH).

FS: Three taxidermy mounts
1. 7x7 Elk
2. 5x5 Mule Deer

AP News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment

Sheridan Woman Wins Lawsuit Against Sheridan County Detention Center

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(AP) - A woman who was beaten and injured while incarcerated at the Sheridan County Detention Center in 2010 will be awarded $20,000 in damages, plus costs and attorney fees. U.S. District Judge Alan B. Johnson ruled this week for Catherine Phillips in part of her lawsuit against the Sheridan County Sheriff's Office and Sheriff Dave Hofmeier.

Possession and Use of Fireworks Remain Illegal Within Sheridan

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City of Sheridan ordinance states that possession and use of fireworks within city limits is illegal. Sheridan Police Lieutenant Travis Koltiska says that there is a common misconception regarding fireworks in the city.

SEEDA Board Supports Wyoming Theater Festival

Sheridan Mayor and SEEDA Chairman John Heath (Photo by Ron Richter)

The Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority held a special meeting Wednesday to consider a request for $20,000 to co-sponsor the Wyoming Theater Festival. The festival will feature two weeks of plays and performances beginning July 13.