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Miss Wyoming Visits Sheridan, Discusses Platform

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Miss Wyoming 2014 Jessie Allen (Photo by Ron Richter)

Miss Wyoming is spending a few days in Sheridan and visited with reporter Ron Richter Thursday. Here's his report.

Where in the World is Dirlene?

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Tulip Tree George Washington planted in 1795. (Photos by Neil & Dirlene Wheeler)

Sheridan Media continues to follow Dirlene and Neil Wheeler as they travel the countryside following Dirlene's retirement as principal at Sheridan High School. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott caught up with them in the Old Dominion State of Virginia.

Rogue Rig Rams Red Grade Road Fencing

An over-the-road trucker driving for a company in Utah was cited recently for causing damage to private, county and national forest property along Red Grade Road after losing control of his rig.

Status Hearing Held in District Court for Bear Cloud

In September, the Wyoming Supreme Court ordered Fourth Judicial District Court Judge John Fenn to re-sentence 21-year-old Wyatt Bear Cloud to consider his murder, aggravated burglary and conspiracy convictions as a package.

Sheridan Men Among First Hall of Fame Inductees

Three Sheridan men will be among the first inductees into the new Wyoming Cowboy Hall of Fame.

Rios, Gooch Discuss City Spending

Two of the four candidates for four-year terms on Sheridan's City Council shared their views this week on city spending priorities.

Sheridan College, Big Horn High Collaborate on Art Project

Sheridan College and Big Horn High School art students have collaborated to create a joint exhibit, “Public vs. Private,” that will debut Tuesday in the college's Martinsen Gallery.

Local Enjoys Penny Tax Payback

Little Burke Malyureke had his hands full during a recent walk with his dog. (Photo Leslie Stratmoen)

One Sheridan Media reporter heard directly from a local resident recently about his feelings on the penny tax that pays for trails he enjoys on a regular basis. Here's News Director Leslie Stratmoen with the report.

Banquet Showcases Energy Censorship Talk

Bill Bensel and Gillian Malone talked about the Powder River Basin Resource Council and banquet during a recent Public Pulse. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

A professor of natural sciences and humanities from the University of Wyoming will be the featured speaker this weekend for a fundraiser and informational banquet hosted by The Powder River Basin Resource Council.

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