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Students Welcomed to Academy Information Session

Wyoming's congressional delegation is inviting local junior high and high school students and their parents to attend a service academy information session in Sheridan on Saturday, Oct. 11.

Shopapalooza Event to Help Victims of Violence

The Second Annual Shopapalooza will be this Thursday at the Best Western Sheridan Center, on Main Street, from 5:30 to 8 in the evening.

Court Rules in Zowada, Mullinax Land-Access Feud

In a ruling passed down last week, the Wyoming Supreme Court upheld a decision made by the Sheridan County commissioners in an attempt to settle a land-access dispute that has been ongoing for the past eight years between Merlin and Lori Zowada and the Mullinax Concrete Service Company.

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County Looking at Long-Range Plans For DeSmet Operations

Johnson County Commissioner Jim Hicks

Johnson County Commissioner Jim Hicks updated the other commissioners on where the plan to invest funds from the lease with the game and fish now stands and where he hopes it will go in the near future.

Volunteers Wanted for Flash Mob

Buffalo Chamber Of Commerce

If you have ever wanted to be part of a “Thriller” flash mob, your opportunity is coming up later this month, but organizers want to hear from you this week.

A Look Back in Time: Oct. 1, 1914

Coroner E. H. Smith last night conducted an inquest over the body of the late Stewart Kennedy.

Sheridan Climber Reaches Cho Oyu Summit

Climber Darren Rogers of Sheridan, who we’ve been following for weeks on his trek to the top of the Cho Oyu Mountain in Tibet, has made it to the top – nearly 27,000 feet.

Police Investigating Missing, Damaged Sculptures

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Only the foot is left of the sculpture known as "Alchemy" (Photo by Ron Richter)

Art in downtown Sheridan has turned up missing and or damaged. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the details.

Governor Mead Disappointed in Federal Judge's Decision

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Wyoming Governor Matt Mead (Courtesy Photo)

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead expressed his disappointment with a Federal Judge's decision Tuesday to remand gray wolf management from Wyoming back to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. U.S.