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Turnouts to this year's WYO Theater Festival in downtown Sheridan have been great.

Actor and visual artist Dr. Gordon Goodman talked about a variety of topics from REM sleep to the evolution of acting in a workshop Saturday morning at the Fulmer Public Library in Sheridan.

A fire about 10 miles east of Tensleep has closed a portion of U.S. Highway 16. The closed portion begins West of Buffalo and ends in Tensleep. The cause of the fire is still unknown.

The Sheridan Senior Center’s home delivered meals program received a donation in the amount of $750 from the Sheridan Eagles #186. President Joe Marshall said it’s always good to give to such an important program that serves so many within the community.

An instructional coach from a Cheyenne elementary school said she and her colleagues have learned a lot at this year's PLC Institute at Sheridan College.

Educator Dr. Casey Reason talked about the standard education model and a goal of improving professional learning communities during his keynote talk at Sheridan College Thursday morning.

The Sheridan WYO Rodeo once again set an attendance record this year with 26,508 tickets sold, which was significantly more than the number of tickets sold last year. WYO Rodeo Board President Nick Siddle said this year’s rodeo was a tremendous success.

The recent shootings of law enforcement officers around the country has no doubt had a profound effect on those that wear the badge and have taken the oath to “protect and serve”.

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