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“Feed the deer spice” was one facetious remark from an attendee at Sheridan City Council's meeting Monday night. The comment was referring to two of the big issues on the table at the meeting. One had to do with controlling the growing deer population within Sheridan city limits.

The 67-foot spruce from Wyoming's Bridger-Teton National Forest that will be a gift for the US Capitol from the residents of Wyoming made an overnight stop in Buffalo Monday.

We've been anticipating its visit since June, when it was first announced that Wyoming would be providing the Capitol Christmas Tree. The tree made a stop in Sheridan Monday afternoon, Sheridan Media's Mary Jo Johnson was there.

$83 million is the amount Governor Dave Freudenthal is proposing for his supplemental budget to be allocated for energy research, student stipends, and the construction of a Science Technology Engineering and Math facility, or STEM, at the University of Wyoming.

It was a packed house as over 400 supporters of the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library gathered Saturday night for the 28th Annual “Friends of the Library” Auction.  The major fundraiser for the library, it was elbow-to-elbow traffic as attendees strolled through the large variety of items t

The first of many “Sheridan Art Hops” was held at the Sheridan Parks and Recreation Center south of Sheridan on Saturday.  Called the “Our Community Art Show and Sale,” Skye Evers, coordinator for the event tells us what it’s all about.

For the second year, the Wyoming State High School Football Championships were played in War Memorial Stadium at the University of Wyoming in Laramie.

“From Salsa to Swahili: Explorations through Cuba and Kenya” and “Learning Psychology in the Oceans” are just a couple of the presentations that will be held at Sheridan College for “International Education Week.” Claudia Colnar, International Student Recruiter and Coordinator for

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