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Bozeman Trail Days Commemorates Battle

A full day of activities has been planned at Fort Phil Kearny on Saturday to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Connor Battle during the Indian Wars of American history.

Barbecue Festival Brings Out the Best

Masters of the barbecue cooking technique will come together this
weekend in Sheridan for the chance to be declared a master barbecuer and win a little cash.

Complimentary Shuttle Service Offered

The Sheridan Trolley will be available for complimentary shuttle service on Friday and Saturday between the Holiday Inn and three events -- the Best of the West Barbecue Fest at the skating rink on the east side of town, the Fly-in at the airport and the Brewfest in downtown Sheridan.

Dayton Council to Present Awards

Dayton's town council will present awards for the August yard of the month and 2015 most improved residential and commercial properties at their meeting next month.

Lottery Organization Achieves Goals

As Wyoming's lottery organization celebrates a milestone, Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair visited with the CEO of the Wyoming Lottery Corporation. This is the first of several articles based on her interview.

“Interviewing with Skill and Confidence”

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The Big Horn Chapter Society for Human Resource Management met Tuesday at Sheridan Memorial Hospital. Featured speaker was Stacia Skretteberg of Peak Consulting.

Red Grade Trail Meet and Greet

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An informational ‘meet and greet’ was held Tuesday evening at the upper parking lot off Red Grade Road to update people on the progress of the proposed Red Grade Trail System.

Budget Report Shows Impact of Budget Caps on Overspending

Wyoming’s US Senator Mike Enzi released a statement this week in response to the Congressional Budget Office’s update to the budget and economic outlook for 2015-2025.

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Johnson County's First Day Of School 'Went Well'

JCSD1 Superintendent Gerry Chase

Monday was the first day of school for Johnson County School District One, and the day “went well,” according to Superintendent Gerry Chase.

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