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Little House and Peter Rabbit Talks on Sunday

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On Sunday, the 2016 Spear-O Mountain Campus Lecture Series continues with a presentation from Beatrix Potter expert Betsy Bray and Laura Ingalls Wilder researcher Connie Neumann.

Campout in Kendrick Park Cancelled

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The campout sponsored by Science Kids and the Sheridan Community Land Trust that was scheduled for tonight in Kendrick Park has been cancelled due to inclement weather. Katie Belton with the Land Trust said the Unplug event will not be rescheduled.

Bighorn National Forest Lifts Stage 1 Fire Restrictions

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Stage 1 fire restrictions in the Bighorn National Forest have been lifted according to Forest Supervisor Bill Bass. Stage 1 restrictions were implemented on July 29 in response to unusually hot and dry conditions in the forest when fire danger was rated very high. Recent precipitation and cooler temperatures have reduced the fire danger to moderate.

U.S. House Democratic Candidate Willing to Work Both Sides of the Aisle

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Ryan Greene of Rock Springs won the Democratic Primary Tuesday for Wyoming’s lone seat in the U.S. House of Representatives, garnering approximately 60 percent of the vote over his only challenger Charlie Hardy.

Top Rodeo Athletes Set Their Sights on Sheridan

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The top rodeo athletes in the world will be in Sheridan Labor Day weekend for the Cowboy State Elite Rodeo, which is part of the inaugural Elite Rodeo Athletes Premier Tour.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment

A Look Back in Time: Aug. 19, 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 Aug. 19, 1916.

No Injuries in 3 Vehicle Crash

There was a 3 vehicle crash at the intersection of Brundage and Coffeen in Sheridan around 3pm Thursday that resulted in no injuries. According to an officer with the Sheridan Police Department one vehicle was traveling south on Coffeen Ave. and another was driving north.

Home and Vehicle Safety Tips from Lt. Koltiska

Sometimes in Sheridan people think that they are safe to leave their cars and houses unlocked because of the small town, less crime way of life. While it is true that we live in a city that is less prone to break-ins, it still is important to not leave yourself open to an incident.

Changes at Sheridan PD for the Start of School

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Soon the streets of Sheridan will be full of school busses on weekday morning’s and afternoons as school will start in just a little over a week. With that the Sheridan Police Department will have some changes as Lt.

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