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A Look Back in Time: March 6, 1915

Sheridan police are asking the aid of parents and teachers to eliminate the games of marbles that are happening in the middle of the city streets.

Man Runs Into Cars at Fremont Toyota

A Sheridan man was arrested after crashing into four cars on the lot of Fremont Toyota on Coffeen Avenue earlier this week.

Defendant Pleads Guilty to Sexual Assault Charge

A Sheridan man pleaded guilty in district court Thursday to a charge of sexual assault.

Male Dies Of Self-Inflicted Gunshot Wound In Buffalo

In a news release, Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder confirmed that a male subject had been found deceased in his vehicle Wednesday at Prosinski Park in Buffalo.

Local Shelter's Partnership with Others Proves Beneficial

A partnership forged with animal shelters across the country has proven beneficial to the local Dog and Cat Shelter in Sheridan, according to Director Debie Crawford.

Sheridan on Skates Breaks the Ice

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A special “ice breaking” ceremony was held Wednesday in Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

UW Board of Trustees Gains Five New Members

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The University of Wyoming issued a news release Wednesday, announcing the five new board of trustee members.

Senator Enzi: Duplication in Government Needs to Stop

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U.S. Senator Mike Enzi of Wyoming spoke about the need to eliminate duplication in government programs during a hearing of the Senate Budget Committee Wednesday.

Free Weekends, Trees For Trash Dates Selected

City and county officials this week authorized the dates for free landfill weekends and Trees for Trash for city and county residents.

I-25 is Now the “Vietnam Veterans Welcome Home Highway”

A bill that would designate I-25 from Buffalo to the Colorado border, the “Vietnam Veterans Welcome Home Highway” has made it through both the House and Senate and has been signed by Gov. Matt Mead.

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