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This Week’s Poll Question

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Land in Wyoming is a precious commodity, with much of it is controlled by the Federal government, including its development and the underlying energy and mineral resources.

Event Offers Taste of Sheridan

Ten food establishments, including the Golden Rule Grocers, served up an array of palate-pleasers from barbecue and cole slaw to sliders and desserts during the annual Taste of Sheridan at Thorne-Rider Park Sunday afternoon.

Game and Fish Data Reveals More People Fishing In Wyoming

According to recent Wyoming Game and Fish data, more people are buying fishing licenses in Wyoming with an increase of 6% in sales in 2015. The increase represents a growing interest in the sport of fishing as well as further budget stabilization for the Game and Fish.

Joey’s Fall Fly Fundraiser Coming This Saturday

From 9:00 a.m. to noon on Saturday, September 17 Joey’s Fly Fishing Foundation will host its fourth annual Fall Fly fishing tournament fundraiser.

Eighth Annual Wolf Creek Wrangle This Saturday

At 9:00 a.m. on Saturday, September 17 Eaton’s Ranch will host the eighth annual Wolf Creek Wrangle run/hike at Eaton’s Dude Ranch in Sheridan county. Anyone who wants to hike or run at the Wrangle can register at Foot of the Bighorns or the Sport Stop.

Statue Unveiled Following 911 Ceremony

A statue of Sheridan Fire Department Capt. Ed Green was unveiled Sunday morning following 9-11 Remembrance ceremonies at the Sheridan Fire Station.

Sheridan Dog and Cat Shelter’s Recommendations For Spaying and Neutering Pets

Owners who have no intention of breeding their dog or cat should get them spayed or neutered as soon as possible to avoid unwanted pets and serious health issues.

Growlers For Growlers Event at the Blacktooth Brewery

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The Black Tooth Brewery will host the Growlers For Growlers event on Friday, September 16 to benefit the Sheridan Dog and Cat Shelter. Attendees are encouraged to fill “growlers” to support the Shelter’s animals and $5.00 from each growler sale will go to the shelter.

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 11, 1916

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 Sept. 11, 1916.

Commissioners Approve New Deputy Coroner

Johnson County's Commissioners approved a new deputy coroner during their regular meeting last week.

County Coroner Dave Harness submitted the request for the commissioners to approve and appoint Joshua Keegan as the newest deputy coroner.

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