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October 2nd, 2014

Shopapalooza Event Draws Crowd

Thursday night, the Best Western Sheridan Center was full of purses, shoes, accessories and live music as locals attended the second annual Shopapalooza event to benefit the Advocacy & Resource Center.

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JCHC Administrator: 2018 Building Project 'Going Well'

At their monthly meeting Wednesday evening, the Johnson County Healthcare Center's Board of Trustees received their update on the 2018 Building Project, to replace the nursing home.

Hospital Administrator Sandy Ward told the board the project is “going well” so far.

Account Set Up For Buffalo Family In Need After House Fire

An account has been set up for donations for a Buffalo family who lost most of their belongings in a house fire September 25th.

Trustee President: Governor's Prerogative For Appointments

A report published by the Associated Press (AP) detailed a potential problem with the makeup of the Board of Trustees for the University of Wyoming.

A Look Back in Time: Oct. 3, 1914

The funeral for the late Stewart Kennedy was this afternoon at the family's home, at 208 Sherman Avenue.

Where in the World is Dirlene?

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Sheridan Media has been following the travels of newly retired Sheridan High School principal Dirlene and her husband as they make their way across the nation. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott tracked them down in New York and brings us this story.

A Fantastic Array of Fiber Arts on Display

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The Fulmer Library's mezzanine has been transformed into a fabulous display of color and texture. The Sheridan Fiber Arts Guild held an artists' reception Thursday night featuring a variety of fiber arts mediums.

City Receives State Loans for Projects

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The City of Sheridan received two state loans this week that will fund two separate projects. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Ceballos Opposes Firearms in the Classroom

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The issue of allowing teachers to carry firearms in Wyoming schools has come to the forefront with the race for state superintendent of public instruction race.