Love on Your Art “Fun” Raiser

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The Sheridan Inn came alive with the likes of Annie Oakley and Buffalo Bill and a whole host of attendees dressed up in their finest western attire.

Annie Oakley explains what the excitement was all about.

Where in the World is Dirlene?

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Since her spring retirement as principal of Sheridan High School, Sheridan Media has been following the adventures of Dirlene Wheeler and her husband Neil as they travel across the United States. This week, Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott touched base with the couple by phone as they travel through western Florida.

Ucross Foundation to Exhibit Work of Harry Jackson

Harry Jackson, who hailed from Cody, is renowned throughout the world as an important artist of the West, but some people may be unaware that Jackson, now deceased, was one of America’s great abstract expressionist painters.

Enzi Introduces Legislation to Adjust Budget Process

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U.S. Senator Mike Enzi (R-Wyo) recently introduced legislation during the current United States Congressional Session that, in his words, would allow Congress "to scrutinize spending details and eliminate duplication and waste." He is also cosponsoring a “Balanced Budget” Constitutional amendment.

One Step Closer to a "Smoke-Free" Sheridan

A local restaurant has made the decision to go smoke-free, marking another success story for a state prevention organization. Hannah Stepenoff has the details.

Tax Season Off to a Fast Start

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According to a release from the Internal Revenue Service, the 2015 tax season is off to a strong start, with most taxpayers filing their returns electronically and choosing direct deposit for their refunds.

Artist Demonstrates Techniques in Workshop

People listened, watched, and some took notes as an internationally recognized ceramic artist demonstrated her techniques at a workshop in Sheridan last week.

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 7, 1915

Mrs. Rutherford will entertain the kensington planned for tomorrow evening.

Wyoming Senate Votes to Reject Medicaid Expansion

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - The Wyoming State Senate has defeated a bill to expand the federal Medicaid program. The Senate voted 19-to-11 on Friday against a bill to expand the program to offer health insurance coverage to some 17,600 low-income adults in the state.

Collective Bargaining Bill Fails on Third Reading

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Senate File 123 failed to pass third reading this week, which ultimately killed the proposed legislation that would have specified non-binding arbitration for collective bargaining negotiation sessions between municipalities and firefighters.

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