Sheridan

Today is Cranky Co-Workers Day and we sent out our roving reporter Judy Hagerott to the streets of Sheridan to see how they handle their cranky co-workers.

The General Election will be here soon and Wyoming voters will have the opportunity to decide on a proposed constitutional amendment that would allow the governor to appoint nonresidents to the University of Wyoming Board of Trustees.

It's time once again to take a look back at a few of the top stories from this past week with our Sheridan Media Week in Review.

The two thieves who stole horses from the hitching rack behind city hall a week ago surrendered to two civilians whom they mistook for officers of the law.

The red carpet was rolled out for the stars of our lives...our pets. Saturday, was the 14th annual Pet-O-Ween, an animal costume contest held at the band shell of Kendrick Park.

Sheridan's Kendrick Park was the place to be on Saturday as people and their pets celebrated Pet-o-Ween.

This year's Christmas Stroll is fast approaching and the sign-up deadline for Sheridan businesses who wish to participate is next Monday. The stroll will once again be held in November on the day after Thanksgiving, and the theme is “Sugar Plum Stroll.”

The Bureau of Land Management will once again waive recreation-related fees for visitors to the National System of Public Lands on four occasions in the coming year 2015.

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