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October 13th, 2014

“The Hip Bone's Connected...”

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As part of its outreach into the community, Sheridan College hosted this month's Science Saturday with an emphasis on anatomy and physiology.

Professor of Anatomy and Physiology, Tyler Karnes says bones are tough enough to be handled by children.

Columbus Day?

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Today is Columbus Day, a federal holiday celebrating Christopher Columbus' discovery of America. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott went out and asked people if they knew what this holiday is all about.

Hanging with the Big Dogs

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Saturday it was the battle of the pooches at Muddy Paw Prints Pet Supplies. Owner Kayla Corcoran tells us what this competition was about.

October 12th

Wyoming News

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment

USFS Officials Clarify Commercial Photography Directive

Wildflowers on trail 217 in Cloud Peak Wilderness. (Courtesy Photo)

Concerns about first amendment violations have arisen, since the United States Forest Service has opened public comment on a proposed directive on commercial filming in protected wilderness areas like the Cloud Peak Wilderness, located in the Powder River District of the Bighorn National Forest, located near Buffalo.

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October marks another Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and a local cancer resource center wants the public to know they are available to help. Hannah Stepenoff has the details.

Buffalo Bands Together to Help Local Family

In late September and electrical fire took out the home of a Buffalo family, destroying their personal belongings, furniture and the home. Since then, the Buffalo Community has banded together to help the Beatty-Lamping family get back on their feet.

A Look Back in Time: Oct. 13, 1914

Governor Joseph M. Carey and Fred H. Blume, candidate for Congress on the progressive ticket, will be in Sheridan later this week.

Great Turn-Out for 4th Annual Biketoberfest

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Biketoberfest, the largest fundraiser of the year for the Sheridan Community Land Trust, had a great crowd of participants show up for the mountain bike races and trail runs.

Should the Pool be Saved?

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With an expensive renovation needed and an assessment firm saying an enclosed swimming pool is more cost effective in Wyoming, city leaders are considering re-purposing the Kendrick Park swimming pool in Sheridan. So, this week's Sheridan Media poll question asks: