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Sheridan College Rodeo Moved to Agri Park

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The Sheridan College Rodeo has been moved from the Sheridan County Fairgrounds to the Sheridan College Agri Park due to inclement weather. Performance times will remain the same today, tomorrow and Sunday, as the only change has been the location of the rodeo.

Antelope Butte Postpones ‘Beaver Day’

The Antelope Butte Foundation has postponed Saturday’s “Beaver Day” due to inclement weather in the Bighorn Mountains.

Congressional Candidate Feels Bipartisan Approach is Needed

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Democratic candidate for Wyoming’s lone congressional seat Ryan Greene recently appeared as a guest on our news talk show Public Pulse.

Senator Enzi: Senate Should Work to Help All Miners, Not Just Union Members

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During a U.S. Senate Committee meeting this week, U.S. Senator Mike Enzi of Wyoming spoke out against the Miners Protection Act, which would provide federal funds to shore-up the United Mine Workers of America’s underfunded pension plan.

Fatal Crash on I-90 South of Sheridan

UPDATE: Trooper and Driver Identified

At 9:30 Thursday night, Wyoming Highway Patrol Troopers in the Sheridan area, responded to a report of a vehicle traveling in the wrong direction in the eastbound lanes of Interstate 90.

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A Look Back in Time: Sept. 23, 1916

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Sept. 23, 1916.

Revenue Committee Downs Tobacco, Wind Power Taxes

The Wyoming Legislature's Joint Interim Revenue Committee is meeting at the Hampton Inn in Buffalo this week, and during yesterday's first day of their two-day meetings, they discussed and voted down two proposed tax increases, one on cigarettes and the other on electricity generated by wind power.

Council Needs More Time Selecting City Administrator

Sheridan's city council ended two days of meetings Thursday morning without a decision on a new city administrator.

Attorney Says SAWS Needs Someone to Represent Customers

SAWS Attorney Tony Wendtland says the Sheridan Area Water Supply needs a person who will represent the interest of SAWS customers under a city-administered system.

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