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YMCA Art Nights A Success

The Sheridan County YMCA rolled out their new “Art Night” program for the first time in January. They also had one in February and both events were a huge success according to Y Arts Coordinator Tyler Rogers.

School Gun Bill Advances to Senate

The Senate Education Committee advanced a bill that would allow K-12 school personnel to carry concealed guns by a 5-0 vote earlier this week. House Bill 194 has been sent to the full Senate for debate.

Heart Health Series: High Blood Pressure

February is National Heart Health Month and we continue our series today with a look at hypertension, better known as high blood pressure. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

18th Annual Wild West Wine Fest Benefits DSA

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The Downtown Sheridan Association will host the 18th annual Wild West Wine Fest Friday, March 3, at the Elks Lodge on Brundage Street in Sheridan.

Sheridan AARP Chapter to Host Presentation at Senior Center

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Ther Sheridan based AARP Northeast Chapter 676 is hosting a community presentation Tuesday evening, February 28 from 5:30 to 6:30 at the Sheridan Senior Center.

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IRRIGATION DITCH-BODY

RIVERTON, Wyo. (AP) — Authorities believe a 33-year-old man drowned after he ended up in an irrigation ditch in Riverton.

Barrasso Says Obama Administration Hurt Wyoming

Wyoming's U.S. Sen. John Barrasso, in an interview with Sheridan Media Wednesday morning, said he believes the Obama administration hurt Wyoming's economy.

Sheridan to Host Jackalope Jump Saturday

Dressed in crazy costumes, area residents will jump into freezing waters and become Below Zero Heroes to raise money Saturday for Special Olympics Wyoming athletes.

Buffalo To Re-Apply For Grant For Sewer Lift Station

The City of Buffalo will be re-applying for a grant to help pay for an upgrade of an existing sanitary sewer lift station east of Buffalo.

Johnson County Writes Off 'Uncollectable' Taxes

Johnson County Treasurer Carla Faircloth brought a proposal before the county commissioners at their meeting this week, asking them to approve removing what she called “uncollectable taxes” from the county's books through 2005.

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