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November 3rd, 2013

College Hosts Discovery Day

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Saturday was Discover Day at Sheridan College, a time for parents and their potential students to take a look at what the college has to offer.

Zane Garstad, Director of Enrollment Services at the college tells us what people could expect.

Candy Goes To Soldiers Overseas

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Saturday, Bighorn Pediatric Dentistry offered a buy-back program for any unwanted and unopened Halloween candy at a dollar a pound up to five pounds.

Erin Kranz says the buy-back program is a win-win opportunity.

Zombies Run For Life

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Saturday, zombies were on the loose throughout town chasing down runners participating in a fun run to benefit CHAPS, an equine assisted therapy program in Sheridan County.

This Week's Poll Question

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It's a big deal to get your driver's license when you turn sixteen. Taking the written test and then taking the actual driving exam has tied many a sixteen year-old into a bunch of jangled nerves. But it is a privilege, right along with a good education.

Gatchell Hosts Fossil Show

The Buffalo Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Office is inviting people to bring in any unidentified fossil or artifact they have and hopefully have it identified by some experts in the field.

Board Discusses Employment, Resignations

The last meeting of the Johnson County School District Board had a light agenda but still took more quite a while to work through as they discussed policy changes and heard a few reports from administrators present.

Council Addresses Liquor License Renewals, Cap Tax Projects

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The Sheridan City Council will consider renewals of all of the liquor licenses within the city. Also under new business, an award of bid will be considered for household hazardous waste improvements at the city landfill.

County 'In Good Shape' For Obamacare Compliance

Johnson County's employees look have a favorable situation, at least for now, as far as their healthcare is concerned, according to a report given by Cobecon, manager for the county's healthcare plan.

November 2nd

Week in Review

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It's time once again to take a look back at some of the stories that made the news this past week with our Sheridan Media Week in Review.

Mick Wiest, an English and language arts teacher at Fort Mackenzie High School in Sheridan was named the Wyoming's 2014 Teacher of the Year. He recalls where he was when he learned the good news.

November 1st

Board Hears Bullying Resolution

Two Sheridan schools and a teacher will be recognized for their achievements at Monday's meeting of Sheridan County School District 2. The meeting is set to start at 6 in the District's central office board room.