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June 19th, 2011

Community Raises $25,000 for Local Woman's Recovering from Cancer

Family and friends of Dana Barton gathered with her Saturday night at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds Exhibit Hall to show her their support in a big way during her recovery from Stage 3 Colon Cancer.

BLN Workshop Aims to Clarify Legislation on Job Equality

The Business Leadership Network works to make it easier for people with disabilities to get jobs, and it also works with those who hire them.

FCC Report: Almost 50 Percent of Wyomingites Without High-Speed Internet

FCC Report: Almost 50 Percent of Wyomingites Without High-Speed Internet

FCC Report: Almost 50 Percent of Wyomingites Without High-Speed Internet

June 18th

Gov. Mead Thanks State Agencies for Flooding Aid

Gov. Matt Mead thanked state agencies and the National Guard Friday morning for the work that has gone into keeping people and their property safe from flooding this spring.

Lummis Successfully Defends Wildlife Management Funding

U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis

Earlier this week U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis successfully fought against an amendment that would prohibit funding needed to control predators under the management of the federal government that attack ranch and farm livestock.

Senator Enzi: The American Dream Starts With a Job

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi gave a speech on the Senate floor earlier this week where he said that the American dream starts with a job and that the best thing that the government can do to allow better job growth is to get out of the way.

June 17th

Kaycee Set for Chris LeDoux Days This Weekend

Kaycee will roll out the red carpet for fans of Chris LeDoux and for rodeo fans alike on Saturday, June 18.
The rodeo events; match saddle bronc, match bareback bronc, and the Native American relay race begin at 1pm at the rodeo arena at Harold Jarrard Park.
Admission to the rodeo is $10 per person, with those 12 and under free.

Despite Rain, Large Turnout for Street Festival

Good food and good times at 3rd Thursday!

Rainy weather didn't stop the first 3rd Thursday Street Festival of the year, as food, music, and shopping drew large crowds to Historic Downtown Sheridan.

Hospital Breaks Ground on Cancer Center

Ground was broken Thursday on the new Welch Cancer Center in Sheridan.

Officials with Sheridan Memorial Hospital broke ground Thursday on the future home of the new Welch Cancer Center that will be constructed around the vaults for the linear accelerator and CT scanner that are part of the current cancer center.

Out of the Darkness to Raise Funds for Suicide Prevention

Help is available 24/7 for those who are contemplating suicide.

Sunday, September 11th the 2011 Out of the Darkness Walk will take place as a fundraiser for suicide prevention efforts in Sheridan County.