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January 22nd, 2014

Sheridan Museum Opens Saturdays

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The Sheridan County Museum will be open Saturday, from 10 until 4, to offer a special program called “Behind the Scenes.”

Story Library Closes for Painting

The library in Story, which is part of the Sheridan County Library System, will be closed Monday through Wednesday, for maintenance.

Veterans' Artwork Needed for Upcoming Exhibit

Artwork created by veterans is being sought for an upcoming competition.

Cody Man Killed in Crash

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A man was killed and two others injured in a head-on collision Friday on a state highway over South Pass in the Wind River Mountains on the west-central side of the state.

January 22nd

County Approves Sinking Trees At Lake DeSmet

The Johnson County Commissioners have approved for the second year in a row, a local fishing club to sink trees at Lake DeSmet to improve fish habitat there.

Get Your 007 On At This Year's Winter Gathering

The sixth annual Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Winter Gathering will be this Saturday and this year's theme for the evening is James Bond 007.

Junior Councilor Gives Cyberbullying Presentation

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City of Sheridan Junior Councilman Tyler Julian gave a presentation at Monday night's Sheridan City Council meeting that focused on cyberbullying.

Civic Theater Guild Presents “Good People”

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The Sheridan Civic Theater Guild will present the David Lindsey-Abaire play “Good People” beginning this weekend at the Carriage House Theater in Sheridan.

The Beast of Sagebrush

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(Photo courtesy of the Sagebrush Community Art Center)

The Sagebrush Community Art Center in Sheridan is hosting a unique show that is a collaboration born out of the Jentel Artist Residency in Banner. Author Lucy Bledsoe from Berkeley, California describes that “The Beast” has a number of different meanings.

Rodeo Group Gifts Fairground Improvements to County

Sheridan County Fairgrounds -- Ron Richter Photo

Nearly a half a million dollars in improvements to the Sheridan County Fairgrounds, which were paid for by the Sheridan WYO Rodeo organization, are now the property of the county.