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Dining for a Cause to Benefit SHS Clubs

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The latest Dining for a Cause at Frackelton’s restaurant in downtown Sheridan will take place Monday and will benefit the We the People and Computer Coding and Programming Clubs at Sheridan High School.

Billings Men Arrested After High Speed Chase Ends in Wyoming

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Two Billings residents are now in custody after leading a Wyoming Highway Patrol trooper on an early morning high speed chase northwest of Cheyenne Monday.

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment

Baggage Arrangements Complicated but Necessary

The return of security screening at the Sheridan County Airport will complicate air travel for some people, but that's a necessary part of the process, according to Shawn Parker.

Youth Baseball Requests Discussion On Sports Complex

Josh Clason and Bob Bergner, representing the Buffalo Youth Baseball Organization, came before the city council to request a work study session with the council, city department heads and the public concerning the Sports Fields Complex.

Celebration For Poet Laureate Gene Gagliano Thursday

Buffalo author and poet Gene Gagliano will be honored during a gathering Thursday for being named as Wyoming Poet Laureate earlier this year.

Road & Bridge Projects Winding Down, Prepping For Winter

Johnson County Road and Bridge summer projects are winding down and the focus is shifting to prepping for winter and future projects.

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 28, 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. 28, 1916.

Taste of Home, Better Than Food Network

Tuesday night, Sheridan residents were treated to America’s #1 Live Cooking Show, the Taste of Home Cooking Show. Culinary Specialist Renee Morgan from Texas prepared several recipes live in Sheridan High Schools Sue Henry Auditorium.

SEEDA Puts SAGE Request on Hold

A request from the Sheridan Artists' Guild Et al for $100,000 from the Sheridan Economic & Educational Development Authority, known as SEEDA, is on hold until Monday.

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