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Today's Dining for Cause Supports Downtown Sculpture Program

Another Dining for a Cause fundraiser at Frackelton’s restaurant in Sheridan will be held today, which means that all of today’s lunch and dinner sales will be donated to the Sheridan Public Arts Committee.

UPDATE: US 14A Opens Today

The 22-mile stretch of a scenic mountain road that takes travelers through the Big Horn Mountains from Sheridan to Lovell opens today at noon.

Weekend Event Launches Air Ambulance Service

UPDATE: Air ambulance service based in Sheridan is now officially off the ground.

Council to Consider Liquor License Transfer and Franchise Agreements

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A public hearing and consideration of approval of the transfer of retail liquor license No.12 from Spencer and Stephanie Willey to Good 2 Go Stores is on the agenda for tonight’s Sheridan City Council meeting. Sheridan Mayor John Heath.

This Week’s Poll Question

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College can be expensive and for many students, taking out a school loan seems to be the answer. Once college is over, the heavy burden of debt remains.

Antique Tractor Pull and Show

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Pulling out all the stops, C & K Equipment held their annual tractor pull and show on Saturday. The rain and mud didn’t dissuade the onlookers nor competitors; the weather simply changed pulling strategies. The whole point is to see whose tractor can pull the most weight the longest distance.

22nd Annual Rocky Mountain Leather Trade Show

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For the last 22 years, makers, suppliers, teachers and students have gathered in Sheridan for the Rocky Mountain Leather Trade Show held in the Sheridan Holiday Inn over the weekend.

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WYOMING LOTTERY-SALARIES

Wyoming Lottery declines to release individual pay

Buffalo Council To Vacate City-Owned Alley

Buffalo's City Council will have their last regular meeting for May this Tuesday afternoon and will work through a busy agenda.

Contract Amendments Equal Increased Costs For City

During his report to the Buffalo City Council at their last meeting, City Attorney Ben Kirven reported that amendments to the contract on the South Water Tank and Pipeline Project have resulted in more costs to the city, and he explained further.

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