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Firearm Accessory Maker Moves to Wyoming from Colorado

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Firearm Accessory Maker Moves to Wyoming from Colorado

Fort Collins, Colorado-based HiViz Shooting Systems was welcomed by Wyoming Governor Matt Mead on Thursday, as the firearm accessory manufacturer announced they'd be moving their base of operations to Laramie.

UW Students Publish New 'Wyoming Weed Watchlist'

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UW Students Publish New 'Wyoming Weed Watchlist' (Photo courtesy of Wikipedia)

The University of Wyoming extension office has released a new publication recommending residents freely whack certain types of invasive weeds before they take root.

Sheridan County Planning OK's First-Ever Conservation Subdivision

At Thursday's meeting, the Sheridan County Planning & Zoning Commission gave approval to the first ever conservation subdivision. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy has the story.

African Violet Show, Sale Today

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The Sheridan African Violet Club is having their annual show and sale this weekend. Josie Schreibeis has been a member of the club since the early 70's, and she has about 110 of the plants at home.

Prosecutor: Weidt Must Pay County Back

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Sheridan Media News previously reported the Sheridan County Commissioners contracted $11,300 for a private contractor to clean up a private property on U.S. Highway 14.

Last Call at Sheridan High School

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(Photo by Ron Richter)

Every two years a Last Call Drill is conducted at Sheridan High School that depicts a mock vehicle accident as a result of drinking and driving. The exercise is done just prior to Prom to remind students that drinking and driving is always the wrong decision.

Putting it All Together

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(Photo by Ron Richter)

Kindergartners from Henry A. Coffeen Elementary School in Sheridan donned orange aprons for an hour Thursday as part of Home Depot's Kids Workshop. Representatives from Home Depot were on hand, along with the kids parents, to help teach their little ones how to build organizers and picture frames.

Wellness Council Bicycle Competition is Part of Bike to Work Week

(Photo by Ron Richter)

Bike to Work Week is May 13 through the 19 and the Wellness Council of Sheridan County is putting on a bicycle competition to encourage people to get fit on two wheels. Wellness Council Executive Director Michele Fritz explains.

Schedule for Week Two of County's Mag Chloride Project Released

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Sheridan County Public Works Director Rod Liesinger

Next Monday, Sheridan County will begin week two of their mag chloride project as a means of dust suppression on county roads.

Car Club Run To Kaycee Rescheduled For This Sunday

The Sheridan/Johnson County Model A and Pioneer Car Club will have a fun tour to Kaycee this weekend, after rescheduling the run from last month, which was postponed due to weather.

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