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November 13th, 2015

Mayor Discusses Administrator Position

Sheridan Mayor John Heath (Photo Ron Richter ©)

During his monthly visit on our news talk show Public Pulse, Sheridan Mayor John Heath was asked a question by a listener who called in and wanted to know

Council to Address Performing Arts Center Grant Application and Snow Removal

The Sheridan City Council will consider a resolution Monday on authorizing submission of a Wyoming Business Council Downtown Development Grant in the amount of $2 million for phase 2 of the WYO Performing Arts and Education Center. Sheridan Mayor John Heath.

Senior Center to Serve Thanksgiving Meal

Sheridan's Senior Center will serve a traditional Thanksgiving lunch on Thanksgiving Day in the center's dining room on Smith Street in Sheridan.

Shriner’s Melodrama Continues

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Comatose, Horseback, Rip Roquefort, and Jenny Flutterpearl are among the cast members of the annual Shriner Melodrama called “Stop That Villain.”

City Signs Interconnection Agreement With Pacificorp

Buffalo's City Council has approved and accepted an agreement with Pacificorp to sell the small amount of electricity generated by the city's hydro-electric pant back to the company.

A Look Back in Time: Nov. 14, 1915

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 Nov. 14, 1915.

Arizona Company Selected to Manage Powder Horn Golf Community

A company based out of Scottsdale, Arizona will take over management of the Powder Horn Golf Community in Sheridan. The information comes from a news release issued by Troon, which is the world’s largest golf management company, with more than 250 golf courses in its portfolio.

Tickets Still Available for ‘Standing By’

The play about strangers on a plane falling in love called “Standing By” continues it’s run this weekend.

Organizers Hope People Turnout for Library Fundraiser

The local library’s gala fundraiser of the year is Saturday night, and will include a band, live auction and food, catered by Killy’s and the culinary institute.

Wildlife Specialist Clarifies How Hunting Fees Are Set

Bud Stewart is a regular guest on Public Pulse. (Leslie Stratmoen Photo)

This week’s poll question to be discussed today on the Public Pulse show is: Should the Game and Fish have the authority to establish hunting and fishing fees?