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Sheridan educator Mick Wiest hopes he gave Wyoming's state school superintendent some food for thought in a meeting last week.

Young and old got all dressed up and put on their dancing shoes for the Fire and Ice Ball and the Dads and Daughters Dance Saturday night. Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott waltzed on over and brings us this story.

The Sheridan Inn came alive with the likes of Annie Oakley and Buffalo Bill and a whole host of attendees dressed up in their finest western attire.

Annie Oakley explains what the excitement was all about.

Harry Jackson, who hailed from Cody, is renowned throughout the world as an important artist of the West, but some people may be unaware that Jackson, now deceased, was one of America’s great abstract expressionist painters.

A local restaurant has made the decision to go smoke-free, marking another success story for a state prevention organization. Hannah Stepenoff has the details.

People listened, watched, and some took notes as an internationally recognized ceramic artist demonstrated her techniques at a workshop in Sheridan last week.

Many people driving along E. Brundage Lane may have noticed the construction of the Tractor Supply Company store, a premium rural lifestyle retailer based in Tennessee, over the past six months.

The State Land and Investment Board, or SLIB, that is comprised of the top five elected officials for the state, approved funding Thursday for three projects for the City of Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

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