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October 12th, 2014

Should the Pool be Saved?

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With an expensive renovation needed and an assessment firm saying an enclosed swimming pool is more cost effective in Wyoming, city leaders are considering re-purposing the Kendrick Park swimming pool in Sheridan. So, this week's Sheridan Media poll question asks:

Fire Safety and Fun at the Fire Rescue Open House

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The Sheridan Fire-Rescue station, located in downtown Sheridan, held their annual fall open house to correspond with Fire Prevention Awareness Week that began on Oct. 5.

The Link-Partners in Pink

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Waves of pink covered Whitney Commons Saturday as over 700 pink-clad participants took part in the 6th annual Link-Partners in Pink walk/run. Organizer Ada Kirven was out there shimming to the music and tells us what the event is all about.

Governor Proclaims Conservation Days

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead officially proclaimed this past weekend as Conservation and Equality Days during the Wyoming Women's Antelope Hunt.

Hanging with the Big Dogs

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Saturday it was the battle of the pooches at Muddy Paw Prints Pet Supplies. Owner Kayla Corcoran tells us what this competition was about.

“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.

October 11th

Week in Review

It's time once again to take a look back at a few of the top stories from this past week with our Sheridan Media Week in Review.

Merritt's Cafe Served on Main Street

Several people have wondered about Merritt's Cafe, the restaurant that served Sunday dinner specials featuring entrees for as little as 25 cents.

A Look Back in Time: Oct. 12, 1914

The total number of voters registered last week is just under 1,600, which represents about two-thirds of the electors in Sheridan.

Number of Wyoming Women Hunters On the Rise

According to the Wyoming Department of Game and Fish, the number of Wyoming women who hunt and fish continues to increase. In a release, department officials said since 2008 there has been a 9% increase in female hunters and a 17% increase in female anglers.