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Local Bikers Ride on Tuesday Evenings

If you happen to be passing Farmers Co-op Gas Station, on Sheridan’s Coffeen Ave, on a Tuesday evening, you will see a group of motorcycles and riders. As long as the weather is nice, a group of Sheridan County motorcyclist get together on Tuesday’s at 6 to go on a ride together.

Can Science and Education Save Yellowstone Visitors from Themselves?

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Wyofile.com - The bad news: most visitors in Yellowstone National Park have no concept what 25 yards (the minimum distance the park allows humans to approach bison) looks like.

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United Blood Services in Critical Need of Blood

United Blood Services has issued a critical public appeal for all blood types. UBS Donor Recruitment Specialist Sydney Galletti says they are struggling to get enough blood units to meet the needs of hospitals.

Saltzman to Premiere New Play at Wyoming Theater Festival

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An article published on the website www.broadway.com recently featured the Wyoming Theater Festival in Sheridan, in particular, Playwright Mark Saltzman’s premiere of his new play, Alice, Formerly of Wonderland, under the direction of Kent Nicholson of New York.

BLM Places Partial Fire Restrictions in Sheridan, Johnson, and Campbell Counties

Partial fire restrictions on public lands administered by the Bureau of Land Management in Sheridan, Johnson and Campbell counties will go into effect Friday due to dry conditions and high fire danger.

Wyoming State Senior Olympic Games Coming to Sheridan in August

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The Wyoming state Senior Olympics will be held in Sheridan August 3rd - 6th one of the organizers of the Games is Roger Wilson, he was a guest on our Public Pulse program Tuesday and said the athlete registration deadline is coming up in July.

Sheridan College Students Do Well in National Competition

Sheridan College students had one of the best showings ever for the college in the recent SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference, according to Jed Jenson, the college dean of career and technical programs.

A Look Back in Time: June 29, 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 29, 1916.

Annual Juried Photography Show

The Sagebrush Community Arts Center will host their 2nd Annual Juried Photography Show from July 6 through August 23. There will be a public awards reception on July 14 from 5-7pm. The show, which is called “My Interpretation of the West”, is jurored by Adam Jahiel a world-renowned photographer.

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