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Update: Letters Go Out to Write-in Candidates

Certified letters have gone out to three Sheridan and two Ranchester residents notifying them that they qualify to run for municipal offices in November.

Sheridan College to Host Math Boot Camp

The Sheridan College math department will host the annual Boot Camp workshop for math on Tuesday.

Vote Canvass Goes Smoothly

From left, Democratic Chairman Hollis Hackman, Election Clerk Brenda Kekich, County Clerk Eda Thompson, Republican Chairman Jesus Rios, as canvass begins (Photo by Pat Blair)

Chairmen of Sheridan County's Republican and Democratic parties joined Sheridan County Clerk Eda Schunk Thompson on Friday morning, to certify the results of Tuesday's primary elections.

Weekend Events Include Swimming, Theater, Music

A variety of different types of entertainment are offered this weekend in the local area. Sheridan Media's Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

Franklin Wins Steak Cook-Off

Frackelton's General Manager Dave Montgomery, left, presented the check to top prize winner Chad Franklin for the steak cook-off. (Photo by Gene Sturlin)

Chad Franklin of the PO News Team was the winner of the Sixth Annual Blue Ribbon Steak Cook-off held Thursday.

UPDATE: Peanut Butter Recall

UPDATE: A food manufacturing company called nSpired Natural Foods is voluntarily recalling certain retail lots of almond and peanut butters released under the brand names of Arrowhead Mills and MaraNatha, because of the threat of salmonella contamination.

WYO Theater Hires Executive Director

Gerard Gibbs

The WYO Theater in Sheridan has a new executive director. According to a release, his name is Gerard Gibbs.

Air Service Topic of Discussion

The county-owned airport in Sheridan may still receive federal funding without making the passenger quota, if the Wyoming congressional delegation comes through.

UW Program Expands Health Care

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A new doctoral degree program in nursing at the University of Wyoming is aimed at providing students with the skills to profoundly change health care delivery in Wyoming.

Carroll Happy to Put Primary Behind Him

Incumbent Pete Carroll defeated challenger Scott Hininger by more than 900 votes to hold on to his post as Sheridan County treasurer.