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Cowboy State Elite Rodeo Tickets on Sale Today

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Ashley Schafer, barrel racer from Yoder, will be one of the ERA Wyoming athletes at tonight's ticket launch party. (Courtesy Photo)

Tickets for the Cowboy State Elite Rodeo, which is part of the Elite Rodeo Athletes, League of Rodeo Champions, will go on sale today at 5pm at the WYO Theater in Sheridan and online at http://www.extremetix.com/defaul....

Sachse Has Enjoyed Time With District 2

Tom Sachse said he's enjoyed working for Sheridan County School District 2 for the past 16 years.

District 2 Plans Second Summer PLC Institute

Sheridan County School District 2 will host the second annual summer professional learning communities institute this year.

A Look Back in Time: May 25, 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 May 25, 1916.

Sheridan Native Helps Start Virtual Food Drive for Laid Off Coal Miners in Wyoming

When the energy layoffs in Wyoming happened, Sheridan born Joe Evers was upset to see the picture of a line of the laid off workers at the food bank.

Cain Files as State Rep. Candidate

With less than a week remaining for candidates to file for this year's primary elections, Steven Cain of Sheridan has filed on the Republican ballot for Wyoming House District 29.

Son of Nashville Songwriter Touring with “Ram Nation”

You may have heard the song “Cowboy Take Me Away” by the Dixie Chicks but did you know that the son of the Nashville songwriter who penned the track is now an up and coming country singer songwriter.

Gatchell Weathers Changes, Moves Forward With Summer Plans

The Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum in Buffalo has had an interesting spring, dealing with funding issues, the resignation of its director and finding ways to stay open for as many hours and days as possible with a short-handed staff.

Johnson County Gives Additional Funding To C.A.S.T.

Johnson County's Commissioners agreed, after discussing the issue, to give an additional $30,000 to support the Critical Air Service Team, or C.A.S.T. at the Sheridan County Airport, but on a split 2-1 vote.

Senior Prank Causes 'Stink' at Kaycee School

In what was called a “senior prank gone awry,” the Kaycee School was shut down Sunday evening and part of Monday morning while officials investigated a terrible smell emanating from the high school wing of the building.

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