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Walk to End Alzheimer’s

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(Photo by Judy Hagerott)

The 2015 “Walk to End Alzheimer’s” in Sheridan will take place Wednesday at 6 at Whitney Commons Park. Sheridan Senior Center Director of Family Caregiver Services Stella Montano says that the walk will be one-mile and registration will take place at 5.

College Dental Hygiene Program Hosts ‘Miles for Smiles’

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The Sheridan College Dental Hygiene Program will hold “Miles for Smiles”, a 5K run/walk, on Saturday, September 19 at 9 in the morning.

Connor Battle Diorama Featured at Open House

The newest diorama by Sheridan County resident Tom Warnke will be featured in an open house Saturday at the Ranchester Public Information Center in Ranchester.

Hospital Trustees Convene Special Meeting

Sheridan Memorial Hospital trustees will consider a joint venture for dialysis service in a special meeting on Monday afternoon.

Sheep Creek Fire Investigation Continues

The Sheridan County Sheriff's Office continues to investigate the Sheep Creek Fire, which started on Aug. 2 and is suspected of being from human cause.

A Look Back in Time: Aug. 29, 1915

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 Aug. 29, 1915.

Powder River Brew Fest Today In Kaycee

The Annual Powder River Brew Fest will be happening today in Kaycee, where beer drinkers, brewers and beer aficionados will enjoy a day dedicated to one of their favorite subjects.

The Best of the West BBQ Fest

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The 3rd annual Best of the West BBQ Fest kicked off Friday night with a public fest featuring live music and the People’s Choice competition for BBQ wings. Boot Hill of Sheridan was busy cooking up wings for his team, the Hillbilly Bar-B-Que.

Cross Country Teams Compete in Buffalo

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Sheridan County Cross Country teams competed in their first meet Friday at the Buffalo Invite and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this report.

$72 Million in Dam Projects Advance

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Pivot irrigation on the Mercer ranch.

by Angus M. Thuermer Jr. | WyoFile.com

Wyoming’s plans to impound more of its spring runoff advanced in the Bighorn Basin last week when residents voted to create an irrigation district to help fund a $32.5-million, 108-foot high dam.

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