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Filing for Elections Closes With Vacancies Remaining

Filing closed Friday for the August primary elections, with a vacancy in Ranchester and a five-way race for the Sheridan Mayor's post.

Bridger Files for Sheridan City Council

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Rich Bridger (Courtesy Photo)

Sheridan resident Rich Bridger has filed as a candidate for the Sheridan City Council. Bridger said the city must be fiscally responsible and keep a balanced budget.

DWS Fraud Unit Successfully Prosecutes Nine Individuals

Investigations by the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services Special Investigation Unit have been cracking down on Workers Compensation and Unemployment Insurance fraud according to their Public Information Officer Hayley McKee.

Memorial Day in Sheridan

Memorial Day weekend is upon us and many families will be enjoying the great outdoors for the summer kick-off. But on Monday, people will be remembering the people who died while serving in the United States armed forces. To do so the Sheridan County Veterans Council will be sponsoring some events.

Trustees Attend College Strategic Plan Meeting

College trustees met Friday with President Dr. Paul Young and members of the staff in a preliminary discussion of the Northern Wyoming Community College District's strategic plan to 2020.

Deadline Today for Candidates to File

People wishing to file as candidates for this year's primary elections have until 5 p.m. Today to do so.

Annual Hoop Jam Draws Near

(Photo Ron Richter ©)

The Wyoming Rehab 3-on-3 Hoop Jam street basketball tournament is set to take place at its new location this year the weekend of June 4th and 5th. Hoop Jam has moved from Whitney Plaza in downtown Sheridan to Sheridan High School.

A Look Back in Time: May 27, 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 May 27, 1916.

Public Fluoridation Hearings Complete, No Decision By Council

Dr. John Naugle, DDS

Thursday afternoon the City of Buffalo had their final public hearing on the possibility of adding fluoride to the city's drinking water, and again, the overwhelming sentiment of those attending was for the city not to do it.

Johnson County Begins Process To Abandon Stock Trail

Johnson County's Commissioners voted to move ahead with the abandonment of an unused, outdated stock trail near Kaycee, known as the “Old Barnum Road.”

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