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October 14th, 2014

Senior Center Partners with College for Education Program

The Buffalo Senior Center is partnering with the local Sheridan College branch to begin a continuing education program. Hannah Stepenoff has the details.

Cowboy Carousel Transitions into Social Club

The Cowboy carousel officially obtained a social club license from the Wyoming State Liquor Association in early September, which means the organization can now serve liquor at its location on Lobban Avenue in Buffalo.

Officials Seek Comment on Tongue Ranger Motorized Trail

The Forest Service is seeking public input on a proposal to construct a motorized trail in the Tongue Ranger District of the Bighorn National Forest, near Sheridan.

A Look Back in Time: Oct. 15, 1914

There are seven or eight hundred people in Sheridan who will not be able to vote in the General Elections next month unless they register next week.

The Future of the Pool

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A consulting firm out of Oregon has recommended to the City of Sheridan that the Kendrick Park Pool be filled in and turned into a spray park.

Public Health Flu Clinics Friday and Monday

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With flu season upon us, Sheridan Media's Ron Richter tells us about a couple of upcoming flu clinics in Sheridan.

Candidates Reminded to File Campaign Finance Receipts Report

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The Wyoming Secretary of State's Office issued a reminder Tuesday that the deadline for candidates to file their campaign finance receipts report is fast approaching.

Sheridan College a Finalist For Arbor Day Award

Sheridan College is a finalist in a contest based on the college's first Arbor Day event last spring.

Gala Show Brings '42 Street' to Life

This year's fund-raiser for the WYO Theater in downtown Sheridan features a musical classic. Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

UW Researchers Head Mixed Grasslands Study

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Research on a mixed-grass prairie near Cheyenne may provide the clues Wyoming ranchers and land managers need to make grassland ecosystems more resistant to future climate change.