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May 16th, 2014

Health Dept. Releases Favorite Name Lists

The number one boys name in Wyoming for the second year in a row, according to the Wyoming Department of Health's Vital Statistics Services Program, is Liam, while Sophia topped the state’s list for girls.

Leather Show Opens

The 21st Annual Rocky Mountain Leather Show opens to the public today with nearly 70 vendors exhibiting wares from leather-working tools to saddles to works of leather art.

Warnke Sets Up Crook Camp Diorama

Sheridan artist Tom Warnke this week completed his diorama of General Crook's 1876 encampment in Sheridan.

Wellness Council Hires New Director

The Wellness Council of Sheridan County recently hired Paul Graslie for a full time position as executive director.

Wildlife Officials Propose Fishing Regulation Changes

State wildlife officials are proposing changes to fishing regulations. Sheridan Media's Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

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Manager Gives Treatment Plants Update

The government mandated upgrades to the Big Goose and Sheridan Water Treatment Plants are right on schedule. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Nine People Obtain U.S. Citizenship

Fourth Judicial District Court in Sheridan was the site Thursday of a Naturalization Ceremony where nine individuals were sworn in as United States citizens.

Financial Plan Calls For Rate Increase

Customers of the Sheridan Area Water Supply System will incur a rate increase of 2.25 percent when the SAWS Joint Powers Board adopts their budget for the upcoming fiscal year. The increase is part of a new financial plan that was created by Fletcher Davis with M-W-H Global.

Prevention Management Gives Report To School Board

Annually, she said, these reports will be provided to every community in the state.