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The GOP Party Bus made a stop in Sheridan Monday.

The Wyoming GOP Party Bus began its statewide tour last Friday in Cheyenne, and Monday the Bus made a stop in downtown Sheridan at the local GOP headquarters. Wyoming Republican Party Chair Diana Vaughan says that the bus tour has been going well.

Cynde Georgen will present this month's Sheridan County Historical Society program this Thursday.

The Sheridan County Historical Society's monthly dinner and program is this Thursday. The program will be presented by Cynde Georgen, and is titled In the Shadow of the Bighorns: A Whirlwind History of the Sheridan Area's Early Days and Pioneer Residents.

Whitney Commons was a blanket of pink Saturday at the 2nd Annual “The Link—Partnership in Pink” fundraiser sponsored by Memorial Hospital. 

There were over 650 registered participants in the fun run/walk event featuring a 10k run, a 5k run or walk and a 1.5 mile walk.

A growing number of residents in our local communities have been questioning the validity of their property tax assessments. Sheridan Media's Betsy Love has more

Mike Madden, who is also a Wyoming State Representative for Johnson County, is one of them. A year and a half ago, Madden appealed his assessed value at the county level:

Though they don't always get as many headlines as the larger races, there are many contests in this upcoming election that could significantly alter, depending on there outcomes, the future of our local communities and schools.

Ways to successfully reclaim oil and gas pads will be offered in a Reclamation 101 workshop Thursday, Oct. 28, in Gillette.
Presented by the Wyoming Reclamation and Restoration Center (WRRC) at the University of Wyoming, the workshop is 8 a.m.-2 p.m. in the Wyoming Room of the Campbell County Library at 2101 South 4J Road.

Though they don't always get as many headlines as the larger races, there are many contests in this upcoming election that could significantly alter, depending on there outcomes, the future of our local communities.

An announcement came out this week that within a year, all Wyoming state agencies will be on a Google-based email system.

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