Sod Farm Fest a Success

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Saturday’s blustery weather forced many to break out the winter coats and snuggle up with blankets as Project Schoolhouse presented the 3rd Sod Farm Fest out on Owl Creek Road west of Sheridan.

This Week’s Poll Question

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We have a mayor plus an elected city council. This week’s Poll Question asks: “Should Sheridan have a city administrator?”

Wyoming News

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A look at some of the top news stories from around the state.

Kebin Haller Named Colonel of Wyoming Highway Patrol

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Wyoming Department of Transportation Director John Cox has named Kebin Haller as the new Colonel of the Wyoming Highway Patrol. Haller had been the deputy director of the Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation.

Hospital Board to Meet

A recommendation on Sheridan Memorial Hospital's upcoming intensive care unit project is scheduled at a meeting Wednesday of the hospital's board of trustees.

R-CALF Calls for U.S. to Withdraw from WTO

R-CALF United States of America, which is a non-profit cattle trade organization, is seeking approval of a resolution calling for President Obama and Congress to immediately withdraw the U.S. from the World Trade Organization.

A Look Back in Time: Aug. 23, 1915

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 Aug. 23, 1915.

Sheridan County Museum Visitation Remains Steady

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The number of visitors to the Sheridan County Museum remains about the same as last year according to museum director John Woodward.

Woodward said he’s looking at options to boost visitation.

Smoke Clears from Area

The skies cleared over Sheridan, and the Big Horn Mountains were visible Saturday morning as winds blew away the smoke from fires burning in Montana, Idaho and Washington.

Exhibit Features 19th Century Indian Life

Nearly 40 color drawings that depict life of the Lakota Sioux American Indian Tribe in the late 1800s is on exhibit at the library in Sheridan.