Sheridan Man Receives Probation in Child Abuse Case

A 42-year-old Sheridan man accused of burning his newborn baby with a cigarette and taping a pacifier to the child's mouth has been sentenced to two years of probation.

Art Show Reception Tonight at Library

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A free public reception will be held tonight on the mezzanine of the Fulmer Library in Sheridan for the traveling Pop-Up Art show featuring artwork from the national organization Lexicon of Sustainability.

Battle Under the Big Horns

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The hot weather didn’t slow down the basketball players Saturday, as they battled it out beneath the nets in Dayton.

Soldier Ridge Trail Clean-Up

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A good number of volunteers showed up Saturday morning to help spruce up the Soldier Ridge Trail, just west of Sheridan.

Stock Car Racing Weekend Extravaganza

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Midland, South Dakota driver, Clint Jensen

Friday night began a three-day Wyoming Motorsports Extravaganza featuring mud bog and stock car racing and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this story.

Relay for Life 2015

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This year’s Relay for Life for Sheridan took place Friday evening at Kendrick Park. The annual event is a fundraiser that benefits cancer research.

Graduation is Focus of 'Complete College'

Trustees, presidents and others representing Wyoming's seven community college districts held their own meetings in Sheridan last week in conjunction with the state community college commission meeting here. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair interviewed a representative of another of those organizations, and filed this story.

Big Horn, Ranchester Host Fireworks Events

Big Horn and Ranchester will celebrate the Fourth of July on Saturday with public fireworks displays.

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Planner's Report To Buffalo Council

Buffalo City Planning Director Lynn Barrett, in her report to the city council at their last regular meeting, said the estimate for a city storm water model with be ready for the council to inspect at their next meeting July 7th.