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Secretary of State Candidates On Term Limits

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Three out of the four candidates running for the Wyoming Secretary of State position attended this week's candidate forum held at Sheridan College. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

'A Family Oriented Rodeo'

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The Sheridan County Fairgrounds will be a hive of activity this weekend with local rodeo contestants, as the Sheridan County Rodeo gets underway this evening at 7.

Students Learning to Help People With Communication Difficulties

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Students at the University of Wyoming have been learning a variety of different technologies to help people with communication difficulties.

Citation Issued for Fire Ban Violation

One man was cited for violating the county fire ban after Sheridan County sheriff's deputies found four people at a bonfire in the 6800 block of Coffeen Avenue early Wednesday morning.

Planning Board Recommends Zoning Amendment

Sheridan County's planning and zoning board recommended approval, with changes, to a proposed resolution that would allow county residents to sell farm-raised produce at the source.

Treasurer Candidates Talk About Challenge

Sheridan County treasurer candidates Peter Carroll and Scott Hininger gave their views on the biggest challenge that faces the county office.

YMCA Reports Leak, Asks Permission For Projects

Mike Quast, Director of the Johnson County Family YMCA, reported to the Buffalo City Council a leak that has recently been discovered from the pool area that has been there a while and has caused significant damage to the building.

Sheepherder's Rodeo This Weekend In Kaycee

This Saturday, August 9th at Harold Jarrard Park in Kaycee will be the Sheepherder's Rodeo.

The event happened in 2013 after a few years' hiatus, and is back again this year.

Absentee Voting is Brisk

Absentee voting in this year's primary elections may be a little more brisk than in years past.

Time Capsule Includes Century Old Artifacts

A cornerstone-laying ceremony planned for Saturday afternoon, at 3, in Sheridan to dedicate the newest school to its namesake, Henry A. Coffeen, will include items from a time capsule that dates back to the first brick school built in town – Central School on East Loucks in 1891.

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