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September 17th, 2014

Sheridan College Hosts Reading of Constitution

Attendees at Sheridan College's Constitution Day event (Photo by Pat Blair)
College English teacher David Golden (Photo by Pat Blair)

More than a dozen people gathered in Sheridan College's new Thorne-Rider Campus Center on Wednesday afternoon to hear a reading of the United States Constitution.

Fifth Street Meeting Draws Small Crowd

Fifth Street plans, looking west. (Photo by Pat Blair)
Sheridan Mayor John Heath, left, was among those at the open house. (Photo by Pat Blair)
Open house visitors check out Fifth Street maps. (Photo by Pat Blair)

An open house held this week for the unveiling of plans for reconstruction of West Fifth Street in Sheridan was sparsely attended.

South Park Gets Weed Treatment

Sheridan's Recreation District is trimming South Park and treating the 30-acre area for weeds.

After 40 Years, Water Claims are Settled in Bighorn Basin

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by James Wynn - The Wind River is not a monumental river by most of the world’s standards. It has no major shipping or ports; it has no commercial fishing; and for most of its length is not navigable by more than the shallowest drafted boats.

Juvenile Hospitalized After Crashing Stolen Vehicle

A juvenile is in the hospital after crashing a stolen vehicle following a chase through town.

Local Chamber Directors Lead Statewide Group

Dixie Johnson, left, and Angela Jarvis, were both at an event Wednesday in Buffalo.

Two local chamber directors will be guiding the state organization this year.

Health Officials Encourage Drug Donations

With the annual drug take-back day being planned across the nation later this month, state health officials are taking the moment to remind residents that some medications can be donated to help others.

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September 16th

Rams , Eagles , Broncs football all back on the road / UW is at home / Super Bowl rematch for the Broncos

BIG HORN FOOTBALL - The Big Horn Rams look to go to 3-0 this week and will have to do it out on the road Friday.

The Rams have victories over two very good 2-A teams in Lovell and Lyman and go up against another traditional power Glenrock.

Rams Head coach Michael McGuire says they've have gotten the job done over the first two weeks of the season.

And he says they have had some very good games with Glenrock over the last couple of years.