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October 13th, 2014

Rainbow Trout Stocked in Kleenburn Pond

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department's Tensleep Fish Hatchery stocked 1,000 catchable size rainbow trout in Kleenburn Pond Monday. Sheridan County owns and operates the Kleenburn Recreation Area that is located just east of the Acme exit of Interstate 90 north of Sheridan.

District 2 Seeks State Planning Funds

Sheridan County School District 2 is asking for money from the state to help plan the future of Sagebrush Elementary School, two alternative schools and the district's bus barn.

District 1 Students Outperform State Test Averages

Students in Sheridan County School District 1 overall did well in state assessment tests, outperforming state averages.

Two Moose Poached Near Buffalo

Another poaching of wild game was reported over the weekend, west of Buffalo.

Chamber Hosts Political Forums

Two forums have been set this week to feature the candidates for city, county, school, state and federal positions. They will be held Tuesday and Wednesday nights, starting at 7, at the Whitney Presentation Hall at Sheridan College in Sheridan.

Monday Marks Last Day for Pre-Voter Registration

Next Monday will be the last day to register to vote ahead of Election Day. The news comes from the office of Secretary of State Max Maxfield.

University of Wyoming Opens Oil and Gas Drilling Simulation Lab

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WyoFile.com - Over the past two years, the University of Wyoming has installed a supercomputer, a virtual-reality cave with 3-D graphics, and now an oil and gas drilling rig simulator.

Wyoming’s Hidden Gems in the Form of Boutique Hotels and Restaurants

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We joined folks from Laramie, Green River, Lusk, Rawlins, Saratoga, Encampment, Medicine Bow, Chicago and Sun Valley at an event at an even more obscure place in Wyoming recently.

4-H Expo

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The community was invited to the Sheridan County 4-H Expo to experience up front and close what 4-H is all about. Local clubs set up their projects to the Exhibition Hall at the fairgrounds hoping to draw future 4-H'ers into the fold.

“The Hip Bone's Connected...”

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As part of its outreach into the community, Sheridan College hosted this month's Science Saturday with an emphasis on anatomy and physiology.

Professor of Anatomy and Physiology, Tyler Karnes says bones are tough enough to be handled by children.