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July 11th, 2016

County Trapper Asks for Help With Rabies Control

Alan Plummer, who's the trapper with Sheridan County's Predator Control Board, asked for county commissioners' help Monday morning in dealing with the rabies epidemic in the county.

ATV Operator Taken to Hospital After Rollover

A 26-year-old woman was taken to Sheridan Memorial Hospital Sunday afternoon after her ATV rolled over on a forest trail near Granite Pass in the Big Horn Mountains.

Firefighters Respond to Wildfire West of Sheridan

Firefighters from the Bighorn National Forest and the Dayton Volunteer Fire Department have responded to a wildfire about 12 miles west of Sheridan.

SOS Announces New Online Services for Businesses

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Wyoming Secretary of State Ed Murray has announced the launch of new electronic business filing services that are a first of their kind at the Secretary of State’s Office. The new online services will allow for the electronic filing of documents that were previously only paper based.

Beatty Spur Fire Burns Over 300 Acres

As Sheridan Media previously reported, crews with Goose Valley Fire Department, Sheridan Fire Rescue, and Ranchester Fire responded to a grass fire late Friday afternoon approximately 12 miles north of Sheridan off of Beatty Spur Road.

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July 10th

A Look Back in Time: July 11, 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 July 11, 1916.

The Show Must Go On

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Sunday evening, the band shell at Kendrick Park became the setting for the annual Montana Shakespeare in the Park program. In its 44th year, Michael Gonring headed up the production and explained what it was all about.

This Week’s Poll Question

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Consolidating smaller school districts across Wyoming might save the state money by lowering costs per student, yet could raise transportation costs. Less superintendents and school boards might save money, yet smaller districts have more flexible rules.

Wyo Rodeo Wranglers Ready For a Big Week

The Sheridan Wyo Rodeo Wranglers have been carrying flags for months, preparing for the busy and exciting Wyo Rodeo Week. With only days left before the first performance, more than 40 local volunteers gathered at the fairgrounds on Sunday to practice the grand entry.