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July 23rd, 2014

Coal is Still King

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(Photo by Judy Hagerott)

For northern Wyoming, coal has been the mainstay of our economy from its early beginnings in the late 1800's until today.

John Woodward, Director of the Sheridan County Museum was the featured speaker at this week's Wyoming Wednesday held at the Information Center.

4-H Fashion Revue Launches Fair Activities

Senior Ready-to-Wear champion Gabrielle Koltiska (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sheridan College hosted the first event leading up to this year's Sheridan County Fair this week.

Kula Space Leads Yoga Exercise

Michele Fritz leads yoga exercise. (Photo by Pat Blair)

More than a dozen people gathered in Marshall Park for this week's ParkFit program.

Dog Bite Reported

A dog bit a four-year-old child in Dayton when the boy put his face up against a fence.

Lewis Bridge Workers Keep Water Pumping

A worker on the Lewis Street Bridge project is installing a valve on Marion Street. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

The reconstruction of a bridge in a residential area of Sheridan will not interrupt water service to nearby customers. Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

County Announces Fire Restrictions

Fire restrictions are now in place in Sheridan County. Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

Wyoming Lottery Campaign Kicks Off

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The Wyoming Lottery Corporation today kicked off a comprehensive, statewide, multimedia marketing campaign as part of the countdown toward the initial sale of lottery tickets in Wyoming on August 24.

Hoffman Honored for Service

Pictured, from left, are Debi Isakson, Bruce Hoffman, Steve Smiley and Mary Jo Johnson. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

A local man who spent most of his working career coaching at Sheridan College will be honored the first weekend in August. The man is Bruce Hoffman, who has given 50 years of dedicated service to the college, first as a coach, then as a trustee.

July 22nd

AP News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment

A Look Back in Time: July 23, 1914

A new telephone system will be organized, connecting the city of Sheridan and the mines north of here.