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May 14th, 2014

Rancher Wants Comfort, Safety for Cows

Montana rancher and editor Walt Hibbard says there's a better way to introduce cattle to new pastures.

Big Horn Stadium to be Lit, Maybe

The superintendent of Sheridan County School District 1 says more than 200 students of the district's two high schools are taking concurrent enrollment classes at Sheridan College.

Sales Tax Helps Fund Local Animal Shelter

As voters ponder renewal of the one-cent optional sales tax being put to a vote in November, Sheridan's animal shelter director wants people to understand that the money is crucial to the operation.

Hospital Managers Gather Public Input

Managers of the Sheridan Memorial Hospital, which is county owned, have embarked on a fact-finding mission to find out how the community wants to move forward.

A Look Back in Time: May 14, 1914

Commercial Club Secretary Steele has received more than 20 inquiries about the Sheridan country.

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College President Says Education Law Flawed

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Wyoming will not be receiving a waiver next school year on the federal education law, which means that even some of the highest performing schools in the state could be labeled as failing under the No Child Left Behind Act.

Haynes Believes Feds Out of Control

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He's most likely the least known Republican candidate running for governor this year in Wyoming. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Club Plans Texas Hold 'em Fundraiser

The Boys & Girls Club of the Bighorns will host their 9th annual Texas Hold 'em Fundraiser Tournament this Saturday, May 17th in Buffalo.

City/County Cleanup Weekend Set for Mid-June

Buffalo City Building Inspector Toby Rhoades, during his report to the city council at their last meeting, said that the city and county, along with the county landfill had set the City/County Cleanup for June 18, 19, 20 and 21.