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A Look Back in Time: June 11, 1914

Sheridan resident Oliver Walsh, who was found guilty last winter of neglecting to clear his sidewalk of snow, has appealed the case to district court.

Western Governors Discuss Grouse

Water scarcity, extreme weather, oil and gas development and endangered species are among the topics to be discussed this week at the Western Governors’ Association meeting, according to the Wyoming News Wire.

Members Learn How Bits, Spurs are Made

Members of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce will be presented a special treat next week when Tom Balding Bits & Spurs hosts the business after hours.

Federation Awards Scholarships

Two students from the local area are among the nine chosen by the Wyoming Farm Bureau Federation to receive a scholarship.

Organizers Tout Strong Speaker Lineup

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Organizers of the Wyoming Safety and Workforce Summit coming up at the end of the month say they have a dynamic lineup of 60 presenters including an author and inspirational speaker.

Enzi: Ending Coal Production Affects Country

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With the EPA proposing new emissions regulations on power plants, U.S. Senator Mike Enzi, a Republican from Wyoming, says the United States should be focusing on creating jobs, not spending billions to wage a war on coal.

Exhibit Offers Watercolors Galore

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An artists' reception was held Tuesday night featuring the work of the Senior Center's watercolor class. Held in the Inner Circle of the library, there are over 80 pieces of artwork on display, all created by the students of Gail Sidletsky.

LeDoux Days Coming Up

LeDoux Days is scheduled for this weekend. Hannah Stepenoff has the details.

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Water Trail Assessment Continues

A local non-profit group has been conducting a water trail assessment of navigable and public accessible waterways in Sheridan County. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the details.

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