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August 12th, 2016

Mayoral Candidates Webster, Martin and Mattlage

Three of the Five Sheridan Mayoral Candidates stopped by Sheridan Media’s news talk show Public Pulse on Thursday to share their reasons for running. Robert Webster said that standing up for citizens rights is a big part of his platform.

Crash Victim's Injuries Significant, But Non-Fatal

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The husband and wife couple that were involved in a crash with a pickup truck Thursday morning in Sheridan, remain hospitalized from their injuries.

Duncan Fire Contained, Wolf Creek Fire Contained and Controlled

The Duncan Fire, located 3 ½ miles south of the Dead Swede Campground in the Bighorn National Forest, is 100 percent contained. The lightning-caused fire burned less than one-half acre of timber and was reported Monday.

Mayoral Candidates Lee and Miller Talk City Administrator

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Last year in October, the Sheridan City Council adopted charter ordinance 2158, establishing the position of city administrator.

Biking for a Cause

Bike MS: Wyoming’s Bighorn Country Classic comes to Sheridan for the first time this weekend, as over 300 cyclists will embark on a 150-mile course that will take participants through Sheridan, Ucross, Buffalo, Story, Banner, Dayton, and Ranchester.

Wyoming News Update

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August 11th

Kekich Predicts 'Pretty Good' Election

Sheridan County Election Supervisor Brenda Kekich believes the election turnout for this year's primaries will be pretty good, based on the absentee returns.

A Look Back in Time: Aug. 12, 1916

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Aug. 12, 1916.

VA Hosts Mental Health Summit

The VA Health Care System's Mental Health Initiative and suicide prevention were the focus of a day-long Community Mental Health Summit held Thursday at Sheridan College.

Sturgis Rally Sees Lower Numbers of Attendants Than in Most Years

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According to the Meade County Sheriff’s office, there have not been as many attendees to this year's 76th Annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally as there have been in the past. After the massive amounts of bikes that attended the 75th Sturgis Rally, a decline was expected.