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2nd Annual Food Expo

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Hands-on chicken harvesting can't be taught without the chickens.

The downturn in the economy is forcing some folks to tighten up their pocketbook while others just want to know more about growing their own food. Saturday at Sheridan College's Watt Agricultural Center, the 2nd annual Local Foods Expo was held with an emphasis on education and networking.

Volunteer Week

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Hospital volunteers, Sandy Pilch and Barbara Niner.

This week is National Volunteer Week. It's all about recognizing and inspiring people to engage in their communities. This week, we'll spotlight a few of the many volunteers who are such a vital part of our community.

4th Annual Pinewood Derby Classic

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Warren Armstrong gets his car lined up just right.

It was the 4th Annual Pinewood Derby Classic Saturday in the Hammer Chevrolet showroom as sixteen businesses went head-to-head vying for bragging rights for the fastest car on the track. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott was there, in the Hammer Chevrolet showroom at race time.

Get Out and Shop

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A boys gotta do what a boys gotta do...Nine year-old Connor Isakson holds his mom's purse while she shops.

Saturday was Sheridan's chance to have a mall for one day a year. P.E.O. or Philanthropic Educational Organization sponsored the “Get Out and Shop” Showcase Sale to help raise money for womens' education. Organizer Wendy Gale explains.

JCHC Administrator: Recruiting An Ongoing Venture

Johnson County Healthcare Center in Buffalo

At the last Board Meeting for the Johnson County Healthcare Center, Hospital Administrator Sandy Ward reported that recruiting is still ongoing but not looking very promising to this point.

Light of Hope Breakfast is This Week

Light of Hope Breakfast is This Week

Court Appointed Special Advocates, or CASA, will be holding the 4th annual Light of Hope breakfast this Friday at the Best Western Sheridan Center.

Legislators Weigh-In On Microsoft Data Center

Rep. John Patton

This week's sheridanmedia.com poll question asks whether or not you think Wyoming's $10.7 million grant to help Microsoft build a data center in Cheyenne is a good use of tax dollars.

EPA To Set Fracking Standards

WYOMING NEWS SERVICE – With new rules for natural gas projects set to be released by the Environmental Protection Agency this Tuesday, April 17, Wyoming may have to address air pollution issues, says Robin Cooley, attorney with Earthjustice.

IRS Seeks Wyoming Alternate for Taxpayer Advocacy Panel

IRS Seeks Wyoming Alternate for Taxpayer Advocacy Panel

The Internal Revenue Service is looking for civic minded volunteers from Wyoming to apply for the Taxpayer Advocacy Panel. IRS Spokesperson Karen Connelly explains what TAP is.

First Light Enrollment Growing

Sheridan Chamber of Commerce cut the ribbon at First Light Children's Center Thursday night as the early childhood education center held an open house to advertise their summer and fall offerings.