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Alternative Schools Move to Highland

Sign identifies old Highland Park as home to Sheridan's alternative schools. (Photo by Pat Blair)

The first day of school this week was a day of transitions in Sheridan.

Rules Change for Upland Bird Hunting

The rules for bird hunters have changed this year. Sheridan Media's Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

Death Blamed on Worn Tires

From the Wyoming Highway Patrol

Tire failure is being investigated as the contributing factor in a crash that claimed the life of 23-year-old Rosie Kline of Gillette on August 25th.

Governor Appoints Sims to Beef Council

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From the Wyoming Beef Council

CHEYENNE, WYO - Wyoming Governor Matt Mead appointed Lacee Sims of Evanston to fill a position for a producer of range cattle on the Wyoming Beef Council.

Kendrick Park Pool is Tourist Draw

After a busy summer, and a few closings for repairs, the city-owned public swimming pool in Kendrick Park in Sheridan closed Saturday for the season.

Museum’s Historic Battle Exhibits Keep Visitors Coming

The summer tourism season at the Sheridan County Museum in Sheridan was strong, according to the director, based on the fact that more visitors stopped by this year, than last.

Councilman Says Citizens Should Vote on Fluoridation of City Water

Sheridan City Councilman Jesus Rios issued a statement Monday regarding the city’s stand on adding fluoride to the city’s water system.

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Hebrew Bible College Begins New Classes

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A new sign on North Main advertises a Hebrew Bible College. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott brings us the story.

Forestry Annual Field Trip this Week

Photo courtesy of Bighorn National Forest.

Bighorn National Forest managers and members of the Forest Plan Steering Committee will tour three locations in the Powder River District Thursday for the annual forest plan monitoring and evaluation field trip.