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Attorney General Offers Consumer Help

A program on identity theft, scams and consumer protection was presented last week at the Sheridan Senior Center.

Chief Encourages Seatbelt Use

In a recent interview with Sheridan Police Chief Rich Adriaens, he said the lack of seatbelt use continues to be of concern for him.

State Eyes Sheridan Schools as State Models

The quality of teaching, and level of learning, in Sheridan County School District 2 has attracted the attention of Wyoming Governor Matt Mead – who wants to see that success replicated statewide.

Eureka!!!

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The first Saturday of the month means Science Saturday at Sheridan College. It's a way to help kids get involved in science. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott stopped by and brings us this story.

This Week's Poll Question

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Starting salaries for professional athletes run between 200-400 thousand dollars a year. Not bad for entry level professional athletes.

Everything Outdoors

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It was everything 'outdoorsy' at Sheridan College Saturday. The college Outdoor Adventure Club held their spring Gear Swap as their primary fundraiser to help students go on their outdoor adventures. Advisor to the club, Julie Davidson explains.

A Look Back in Time: April 7, 1914

Well-known public stenographer Miss Lena Stover has been compelled to close her office for about six weeks.

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Buffalo Council Receives Projects Update

The Buffalo City Council was given an update on a number of city projects that are underway or will be shortly.

Commissioners Approve Special Prosecutor In Case

Johnson County's Commissioners approved a request from County Attorney Ken DeCock, on behalf of the state, to allow a special prosecuting attorney in an upcoming criminal case to be tried in Johnson County.

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