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Theater Festival Features Five Unique Shows

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The 2nd annual Wyoming Theater Festival in Sheridan will once again offer two weeks of performances, workshops, discussions, and backstage tours.

Yellowstone Visitor Issued Hefty Fine for Off Boardwalk Travel

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A Chinese national was fined $1,000 and issued a $30 court processing fee for walking off the boardwalk in the Mammoth Hot Springs thermal area Tuesday in Yellowstone National Park.

A Look Back in Time: June 16, 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 June 16, 1916.

Community Colleges to Lose $20 Million in State Funds

Wyoming's seven community colleges will lose a total $20 million in funds from the state over the next two years.

Buffalo Council Passes Amended Budget On Second Reading

Buffalo's City Council passed on second reading an amended version of their annual appropriations, or budget bill, with an increase in funds over the version passed on the first reading.

Buffalo Councilmen Explain Votes On Budget First Reading

As the Buffalo City Council was passing the second reading of their annual appropriations, or budget bill, during their last regular meeting, Vice Mayor Russ Humphrey, sitting in for absent Mayor Mike Johnson, explained why he and councilman Dave Long voted against the budget bill on its first reading at their last meeting in May.

Buffalo YMCA Receives Donation From Pacificorp

The Johnson County Family YMCA will be able to continue to provide is low-impact cardio supervised exercise program, where participants learn self-management of their cardiovascular health, thanks to a $4,000 grant from the Rocky Mountain Power Foundation.

Sheridan Goose Creek Transit Dispatcher Receives Award

Dorothy Simon, dispatcher and scheduler for Sheridan's Goose Creek Transit public transportation system, is the Wyoming Public Transportation Association's Dispatcher of the Year for 2016.

Farmers Market Will Not Start This Thursday

Thursday night, Sheridan’s Main Street will host the first Third Thursday Street Festival of the year.

Rogers Talks About First Crack at Everest in 2015

Darren Rogers, a Chemical Engineer in the Oil and Gas industry, has been living in Sheridan for almost 13 years. One of his passions, which has taken him to places like Africa and Ecuador, is climbing mountains.

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