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Knights of Columbus Host Spaghetti Dinner

The Knights of Columbus are hosting their 3rd annual annual spaghetti dinner in support of the Legacy Pregnancy Resource Center Thursday night.

Uranium Mine To Open Near Kaycee, Gilette

The state Department of Environmental Quality has approved a deep disposal well permit for a northeast Wyoming uranium mining project.

It is the last permit needed by Uranerz Energy Corp. to begin production at its Nichols Ranch uranium facility.

Railroad Fatality Identified

The Sheridan County Coroner has confirmed the man struck by a train yesterday was David Lee Aller, 61, of Sheridan.

Maxfield Gets His Day in Court

Wyoming Secretary of State, Max Maxfield, will get his day in court today as he challenges term limits for himself and other elected officials in the state.

Students Give Free Rub-Downs for Massage Awareness Week

Massage therapy students, Kelsie Barker (left) and Hannah Salsbery, provide massages outside the Sheridan College C-TEL Auditorium Tuesday. The students are donating their time in observance of Massage Therapy Awareness Week. (Photo by Tracee Davis)

The Sheridan College Massage Therapy Club is volunteering their time and hands to the community to promote Massage Therapy Awareness Week.

SMH Hosts Oncology 101

Sheridan Memorial Hospital is hosting an educational class Thursday night about cancer. Hospital Foundation Coordinator, Tina Mediate, said the class is relevant to everyone.

Movember A Reminder Of Men's Health Issues

Julia Bettinger

Movember is the month where the mustache is the “ribbon for men's health issues and awareness” around the world.

Johnson County Commission Meeting Notes

At their last meeting, the Johnson County Commissioners approved a number of items, including a lease agreement at the white hangar building at the airport.

SEEDA to Move Forward With Grant Request

The Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority Joint Powers Board will move forward in negotiating with a consulting firm to put together a study focused on economic development and education. SEEDA Administrator Robert Briggs.

Celebrating 40 Years

The Powder River Basin Resource Council will be holding their annual meeting in Sheridan in early November. In addition to the meeting being educational, it is also one of the Resource Council's main fundraisers of the year and it will celebrate their 40 years in existence.

SheridanWyoming.com