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October 9th, 2014

District 2 Approves Resolutions for WSBA

Sheridan County School District 2 will ask the state school boards association to approve resolutions ranging from cyberbullying to kindergarten registration at a meeting next month.

Police, Sheriffs Office Investigate Thefts

Sheridan police and Sheridan County Sheriff's Office personnel are investigating what appear to be related vehicle thefts.

Sheridan Man Wins at Wrangler Roping

Brandt Ross brought home a horse trailer and $12,000 cash from his first major roping competition in Billings recently. The Sheridan resident competed in team roping at the Wrangler National Team Roping Finals. He said more than 1,300 teams competed in events that started last Saturday.

Ms Wheelchair USA Hopes to Inspire Other Would-be Hunters

Ms Wheelchair USA hopes to inspire other would-be hunters to try activities they might not think possible. Sheridan Media's Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

Fund-raisers Net $50k

More than $50,000 has been raised through events held in the past few weeks in the local area to support various organizations.

Governor Appoints Gregory to State Midwifery Board

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Bonnie Gregory was recently appointed to the State of Wyoming's Board of Midwifery by Governor Matt Mead. The board is responsible to safeguard the health, safety, and welfare of Wyoming citizens by making sure midwives in the state are qualified and licensed to practice as midwives.

Fish to be Stocked in Mavrakis Pond

Wildlife specialists with the state Game and Fish department will be stocking golden trout today in Sheridan's Mavrakis Pond.

October 8th

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County Officials Decide on Potential Consensus Projects

The Johnson County Commissioners recently budgeted possible capital improvement projects that will be funded by $1 million in consensus money the county will receive in 2015.

Jim Gatchell Fall Gathering Coming Up

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A local museum will be holding a fall gathering this weekend. Hannah Stepenoff has the story.