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May 19th, 2014

Governor Stops in Sheridan This Week

Wyoming’s Governor Matt Mead will be in Sheridan Wednesday to talk with community leaders and hand out student awards.

A Look Back in Time: May 19, 1914

The Burlington Railroad has announced it will give special excursion rates for the Sheridan Stampede in July.

Rocky Mountain Leather Show

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The 21st annual Rocky Mountain Leather Show was in town this past week offering workshops throughout the week and a leather trade show with sixty-six vendors from around the world.

First-Ever Rhino Chase

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Saturday was the first-ever Rhino Chase, a fun run for kids. Held on the Sheridan College Campus, Rocky the Rhino was there along with the Red M-n-M, and Smokey the Bear. Even the Fire Department had their big, red fire truck there for kids to take a look.

Good Ol' Fashioned Family Fun

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The field across from C & K Equipment on Commercial Avenue comes alive one day each year with the sound of tractors. Saturday was the Annual Antique Tractor Pull and Show sponsored by C & K Equipment.

May 18th

Cowtown Hoedown Hits Sheridan

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Their biggest shindig of the year, Sheridan's Jeans and Queens Square Dancing Club held their Cowtown Hoedown at the Sheridan's YMCA this weekend.

The Poll Question of the Week

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The cost of living is still going up, but it's been four years since the federal minimum wage has been increased.

Council Considers New Restaurant Application

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Second reading of an ordinance amending City of Sheridan code pertaining to planned unit developments will be considered by the City Council this evening. Council President John Heath.

AP News Update

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Johnson County Attorney Seeking Re-election

Ken DeCock, Johnson County Attorney and Prosecuting Attorney, is wanting a second term in the office, and has declared his intention to seek re-election.