Sheridan County's commissioners are meeting the Game and Fish Commission in Rock Springs tomorrow.

Congress is back to work, and agricultural workers are eagerly awaiting the revised version of the Farm Bill. The bill, which is renewed every five years, is set to expire at the end of next month.

Director of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce, Dixie Johnson, visited with host Kim Love during Monday's episode of Public Pulse. Johnson gave a preview of the topic of this week's luncheon.

Over 240 Freshman from Sheridan High School gave their pledge to graduate during a ceremony Monday in the school auditorium. School District Two Superintendent Craig Dougherty explained to the students the importance of receiving their diploma.

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Theatergoers can look forward to a few nights of death, love and vampires during a presentation of "Dracula." The performance is produced by Sheridan College's No Frills Theater Company and will take place November 15 - 17 at 7:30, at the WYO Theater.

This weekend, a number of employees at Sweetheart Bakeries across the country began a ten-month strike, in protest of wage cuts and lack of participation in the company's new pension plans. Chris Foy has the story.

This Wednesday's celebration event recognizing Penny Becker for over 13 years of service as executive director of Sheridan Travel and Tourism has been postponed due to a family medical emergency. The event will now take place Wednesday, December 5th.

As the new year approaches, so comes the time for the crowning of the new Miss Rodeo America. As 30 young women prepare to travel to Las Vegas, Americans have been closely watching the polls.

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