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Who's doing the choosing? When it comes down to elections or appointments, it's either the people making the choice or bureaucrats putting people in positions.

Saturday, close to 30 pro-lifers gathered on the corner in front of the courthouse to silently remember the estimated 53 million babies that have been lost through abortion. Coordinator Angie Gilbert...

It's time once again for our Sheridan Media Week in Review, where we take a brief look back at some of the news from this past week. Monday, Sheridan Police were involved in a vehicle pursuit that ended up in the County, and eventually across the Montana State line. Authorities called off the chase due to safety concerns over the officers involved as well as the suspect.

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The 2nd annual Jane party will take place this afternoon at the Sheridan Senior Center. If your first, middle or last name is Jane, no matter your age and no matter how you spell it, this part if for you. Senior Center Activities Director Jane Perkins.

With President Obama's announcement last week that he's implementing sweeping gun reform in the shadow of the mass murder/suicide school shootings, the discussion about mental health has taken a back seat. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy continues with part two of our series looking into the causes, risks and possible solutions for suicide - and the mental health issues behind it.

The Northeast Wyoming Sage Grouse Working Group will have their next meeting Wednesday, January 23rd beginning at the Powder River Energy office located at 200 S. Garner Lake Road in Gillette.

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department announced a reminder Friday that mountain lion Hunt Area 23 closed January 16th. In a media release, the department says the area closed because the harvest limit of 20 mountain lions was reached.

The Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority met with a consultant Friday to discuss the details regarding their upcoming Career and Technical Education Study.

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