Sheridan's brewery has been equipped with a siren, and arrangements have been made for blowing it in case of a fire.

Chemistry was the subject and rockets were the tools at this month's “Wacky Science Program” held at the library Wednesday morning. Rockets were launched by the young chemists, some ending up on the roof of the library.

There's nothing like getting your hands on a new book and the local Kiwanis Club made that possible. Since 1991, Kiwanis has provided the funding for the “Children's Book Giveaway” held at the library Wednesday.

The last of this season's Wyoming Wednesday featured Cheri Jones, a recreation specialist with the U.S. Forest Service.

Members of the Sheridan Memorial Hospital board learned today that the consolidated gross revenue for the past fiscal year grew by 16 percent, from $120 million to $129 million, and the hospital is carrying no debt.

Several Big Horn area residents charged Sheridan County Recreation District 1 board members of illegally borrowing money to buy land for a proposed community center.

One last round of pre-Sheridan County Fair events happened Wednesday in the Exhibit Hall on the fairgrounds off Fifth Street.

Bud Stewart of the local Game and Fish office in Sheridan says stocking the high elevation lakes of Wyoming by helicopter is a practice that's been ongoing for years, and does not injure the fish.

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