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Mars Inc. executives said farmers and ranchers should consider hedging as a way to protect their crop and livestock investments from volatile markets.

In news coming in today from the Secretary of State's Office of Wyoming, we've learned that the results from Tuesday's General Election won't be certified until a week later, on Nov. 12.

A mock trial being staged at the university level features one of Wyoming's most historic events. News Director Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

A very large audience attended the democratic rally at Parkman last night.

Two of Mars Inc.'s global officials talked about the company, commodity hedging, and how hedging can help farmers and ranchers manage risks and run profitable operations in a program at Sheridan College on Tuesday night.

The Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority held their quarterly meeting Tuesday. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the details.

Motorists traveling along Brundage Lane in Sheridan will soon have to slow down a bit due to a change in the speed limit from 40 to 30 miles an hour. WYDOT Public Involvement Specialist Ronda Holwell explains why the speed limit is being reduced.

In the summer of 2013, the Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority elected to participate in a site certification program for land they own in the Hi-Tech Business Park in north Sheridan.

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