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July 28th, 2016

Few Tickets Remain for ‘Lucky Stiff’

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Lucky Stiff, a musical comedy presented by Funny Face Productions of Sheridan will make its debut this afternoon at 2 in the Mars Theater in Sheridan as part of the Wyoming Theater Festival.

Police Department Remodel Remains on Schedule

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The remodel of the Sheridan Police Department that got underway this spring remains on schedule according to Police Chief Richard Adriaens.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment

Congressional Candidate Announces Intentions to Drop Out of Race

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Rex Rammell, Republican candidate for Wyoming’s lone congressional seat, has announced that he will hold a news conference today, where he intends to withdraw from the race and offer his endorsement of one of his opponents.

Sheridan's North Main Interchange Construction Project set to Begin

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Sheridan's North Main Interchange Construction Project set to Begin

July 27th

Sheridan County Fair Starts This Week

Actvities for this year's Sheridan County Fair start Friday with fabric and fashion interview judging and fashion revue judging at the Sheridan County Extension office.

Monarch Focus of Season's Final 'Wyoming Wednesday'

The former town of Monarch in Sheridan County was the focus of this year's final Wyoming Wednesday at the Information Center on Fifth Street this week.

A Look Back in Time: July 28, 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 July 28, 1916.

Summer Night at the Mansion

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The 2nd annual “Summer Night at the Mansion” had several people show up for a cool evening, under the shade trees at the Trail End Museum.

Site Superintendent Cynde Georgen said the event was geared for folks to come up and relax a bit.

Mars 'Irreplaceable' in Sheridan

Sheridan College President Dr. Paul Young called Forrest Mars Jr. the “irreplaceable man,” citing the Mars company co-owner's contributions not only to the college but to other projects and events in the Sheridan area.