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August 18th, 2014

Where are the Volunteers?

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CHAPS, the acronym for “Children, Horses, and Adults in Partnership,” an equine assisted therapy program held a volunteer training session Saturday. The only problem...no volunteers showed up.

Cat

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Orange neutered male cat. One year old. Missing from Bighorn Ave since 8/13/2014. If seen at all please call 307-751-4322.

Cat

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Black short haired cat with a white patch on his chest and he has been missing for about a week, last seen on east 8th. He is fairly good sized and is 4 years old. Please call 307 689 8858

Staff Updates, Cloud Peak Rezone on Council's Agenda

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The Sheridan City Council will consider a request to rezone 2.6 acres of property in the Cloud Peak Ranch subdivision in northwest Sheridan.

August 17th

A Working Man's Car Show

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The 5th annual “Absaroka State Takeover” Car Show was held Saturday in the Whitney Plaza. Scott Stalick coordinated the event and tells us what this car show is all about.

AP News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment

Coach Smiley Leaving, Broncs Gear up for Season, and Broncos Crush 49ers

Sweeping changes are in store for men's basketball at Sheridan College. Sheridan Media's Trevor Jackson has the details.

Local sports for Monday

SC SPORTS - The Sheridan college Generals will have a new basketball coach when the season begins in November,
Smiley is leaving Sheridan college as the generals basketball coach to take an assistant position at weber state.

tomorrow we will have more on the transition at Sheridan college and later this week we will have a visit with the next Generals Head coach.

FALL SPORTS - The full fall sports season gets underway today as all of our fall sports get going with the first day of practice.

Local District Implements Suicide Prevention Act

The 2014-15 school year is about to begin for Johnson County and the time has come to implement one of the education bills passed in February's state legislative session.

Dayton Mayoral Candidates Discuss Sales Tax

Two of Dayton's three candidates for mayor came out in support of Sheridan County's optional one-cent sales tax at a forum recently.