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New Intern Hired for the Downtown Sheridan Association

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Miles Novak, a graduate of Big Horn High School has been hired to work as an intern in the Downtown Sheridan Association’s office this summer. Novak started with the DSA in June and will work through August helping will Third Thursday, Farmers Markets and other events.

Local Business Helps D.A.R.E. Program Succeed

Fremont Toyota of Sheridan for the past several years has donated a vehicle to the Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office D.A.R.E. program.

Sheridan County Historical Society Museum Early Summer Traffic

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Sheridan County Historical Society Museum Director John Woodward Appeared on Sheridan Media's Public Pulse program Monday to give a status update on the tourist season and an update on the move of the Sheridan trolley to storage for more restoration work.

Miss Wyoming Discusses Platform

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Fresh off her being crowned Miss Wyoming over the weekend at the WYO Theater in downtown Sheridan, Miss Wyoming 2016 Jordyn Hall stopped by Sheridan Media Monday morning, where she said the reality of the situation hadn’t fully sunk in yet.

Representative Kinner Discusses Budget Cuts

Last week Governor Matt Mead in a meeting with the Legislature’s Joint Appropriations Committee, proposed budget cuts of $248 million that would result in the loss of almost 700 private sector jobs. The cuts go into effect for the 2017-18 biennium budget, which begins July 1.

County Struggles Over PILT Funds

Included in Sheridan County's budget for the year that starts Friday is $900,000 from the federal government.

Voters Cast Ballots in Four Parties this Year

There are five sets of ballots in this year's primary elections.

A Look Back in Time: June 28, 1916

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on June 28, 1916.

Fire Danger in Bighorn National Forest Upgraded

The fire danger in the Bighorn National Forest has recently been upgraded to “very high,” according to managers of the national forest, and people are advised to be alert to fire danger in the area.

Buffalo's Sign Ordinance Passes Second Reading On Split Vote

Buffalo's Sign Ordinance has passed its second reading after being tabled for a few weeks to give city officials time to “clean up” the wording in the document.

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