Sheridan

Many nations, including Mexico, Russia, Sweden, and require mandatory service to their country whether it be the military or community service believing it strengthens the military, teaches youth responsibilities, and generates patriotism.

It was a food lovers delight as hundreds gathered for the 5th annual Taste of Sheridan Sunday evening.

The Northeast Wyoming Municipal Leaders group, or NEWY, hosted a fact-finding mission for representatives of Congressional leaders and other decision-makers from around the country.

The actual day that Kaycee became a town is August 12, 1913, but the celebration of it's first 100 years was this Saturday with a number of fun events.

The atrium of the new Edward A. Whitney Academic Center at Sheridan College was the site of Saturday night's Reagan Day Dinner, hosted by the Sheridan County Republican Party. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was there and has the details.

We continue our week in review series with a look back at some of the past week's top stories:

From a few glitches in the sound to a standing ovation, Friday at the Sheridan College Veterans Plaza, the opening ceremony was held celebrating Sheridan County's first-ever Field of Honor.

An artists' reception was held Friday night for local artists Diane Wyatt and Gerold Smiley at the Sagebrush Community Art Center.

A new name, new location and extended hours have boosted Sheridan Health Center's ability to provide quality medical care to Sheridan County's uninsured residents, says the Center's Executive Director Cathi Kindt.

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