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Local Girl Scouts Pitch In With Recycling Sign

From left to right, Sheridan Mayor John Heath lends a hand while Girl Scout Cassidy Fisk and Mackenzie Martini hang their recycling sign Thursday at Marshall Park in Sheridan. (Photo by Ron Richter)

Two local Girl Scouts are doing their part in getting the word out about recycling. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Time Off to Vote On Election Day

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The Wyoming Secretary of State's Office issued a reminder Thursday, that Wyoming law requires that employees be given one hour off to vote on Election Day.

Fire Damages Mobile Home

Fire extensively damaged this mobile home. (Photo by Pat Blair)
Firefighters check to make sure blaze didn't get under home. (Photo by Pat Blair)

A mobile home fire brought Sheridan and Goose Valley firefighters, Sheridan police and Rocky Mountain Ambulance to Heide's Mobile Home Park on Thursday afternoon.

Meeting Set to Discuss Federal Funds for Air Service

(Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

Local county commissioners have secured a meeting with a federal representative to address issues that are handicapping air service in Sheridan. Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

Williams Drops Out of Race, Johnson Challenges Dyess

The number of candidates running for one of the two seats open on the Johnson County Commission has gone down by one.

Magazine Names Sheridan Top Mountain Town

Shawn Buckley delivered the news during a recent presentation. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

Sheridan has just been named one of the top ten mountain towns by the North American Hunter magazine. The news was delivered by Shawn Buckley to the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce members gathered Wednesday for the Chamber’s monthly luncheon.

Organizers Base Hospital Fundraiser on MASH

Jan Teague, left, and Ada Kirven talked about the fundraiser on a Public Pulse show. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

The entire community is invited to dress up like characters from a notable film and TV show for an upcoming fundraiser. Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

Deadly Animal Disease Not Threat in Big Horns

Bruce Scigliano was a guest on Public Pulse. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

A neurological disease that can be deadly to deer, elk and moose, is not a threat to big game animals in the Big Horns, though a case was confirmed recently in the northwestern part of the state.

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Free Health Screenings Available

Free health screenings for children under five are available in both Johnson and Sheridan Counties. Hannah Stepenoff has the story.