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Keystone Awards Celebrate Those Who Make Sheridan Better

The Keystone Awards are a celebration of those who, in the words of Rindy West, chair of the Keystone Committee, donate their hearts and souls to make Sheridan and Sheridan County a better place to live.

Fatal Crash Shuts Down Highway 212 Near Lame Deer

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A crash involving a pickup truck and a semi truck in Rosebud County, Montana, early Thursday morning left one person dead.

Dining for a Cause To Benefit Arts in Sheridan

On Monday, Frackeltons restaurant on Sheridan’s Main Street will hold their Dining for a Cause event with the theme of Celebrating Connection of the Arts in Sheridan. Three groups will be the recipients of the funds, the WYO Theater, Sage Community Arts, and the Public Arts Committee.

177 Foot Trailer Carrying Over 400,000 Lbs Comes Through Sheridan

Around noon on Thursday, Sheridan was visited by a very large and very heavy load.

Two Injured in Traffic Collision

Two people were treated for reportedly minor injuries, and one of them was cited for following too closely following a collision on Highway 87 near Landon's Greenhouse Thursday morning.

Flood Outlook Remains Low

The final spring snowmelt flood potential outlook for Wyoming was released Wednesday. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Council Approves Annexation Ordinance

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An ordinance annexing a little over an acre of property located near the intersection of College Avenue and Washington Street was approved this week by the Sheridan City Council.

Permit Requirements for Yellowstone

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As the tourist season in Wyoming draws near, officials with Yellowstone National Park encourage people who intend to capture images, videos or sound recordings for commercial purposes to review their permit requirements before arriving in the park.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.

STATE SENATOR-STUDENT PROJECT

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — The University of Wyoming is reviewing an encounter between students and a state senator over an academic project on guns that the students presented at a recent public forum.

Question Prompts Criticism of Congress

This week's poll question asked if the Senate should have changed the rules for a Supreme Court nominee. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair took the question to a few people on the street. Here's her report.

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