Sheridan

It was pretty hard not to notice all the pink around Sheridan Saturday. It was the 4th annual “The Link-Partners in Pink,” a breast cancer awareness walk/run.

The Sheridan College Outdoor Adventure Club will be hosting its first annual community gear swap on Saturday, November 10th, at the Watt Agricultural Building.

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department announced this weekend that two management units for gray wolf, areas 4 and 6, are closed for hunting the species. The Jackson Management Unit, known by hunters as Area 4, closed Saturday after the quota of three wolves was reached.

The Sheridan Recreation District awarded a job bid to Norwood Construction for the renovation of the Oatts Baseball Field.

Here's a review of the past week's top stories from Sheridan Media News:

Two bills headed for introduction in the Legislature this winter would attempt to encourage more use of natural-gas powered vehicles in Wyoming. One bill would transition up to half of the state's vehicle fleet to run on compressed natural gas by 2017.

Four locals from Sheridan, Kaycee and Buffalo received awards at the Northern International Livestock Exposition Stock Show in Billings last week.

While fire restrictions around the state are being lifted in several National Forest areas and counties, the bans are still active in Sheridan County. County Commissioner, Terry Cram.

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