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Sheridan County Historical Society To Hold Their Monthly Program This Thursday

The Sheridan County Historical Society will be holding their monthly dinner and program this Thursday night at the Sheridan Holiday Inn. The program will be presented by Trail End Historic Site Superintendent Cynde Georgen, who explains what it will entail.

DOE Buys Geothermal Plant In Wyoming

CASPER, (AP) - The U.S. Energy Department has bought a geothermal plant north of Casper for an undisclosed amount. Ormat Technologies, of Reno, Nevada, built the plant at the Teapot Dome oil field to prove the technical feasibility of using hot water associated with oil production to generate electricity.

Judge Delays Trooper Sentencing At Feds' Request

CHEYENNE, (AP) - A federal judge has delayed the sentencing of a former Wyoming state trooper who has pleaded guilty to criminal charges in an aborted scheme to murder a truck driver. U.S. District Judge Clarence Brimmer last week postponed the sentencing date for former trooper Franklin Joseph Ryle. Sentencing was pushed back from this Friday to October. 29th.

Wyoming Health Department Says Swine Flu Vaccine Coming

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Wyoming Department of Health Director Dr. Brent Sherard says 12,200 doses of swine flu vaccine have been ordered for delivery to the state this week. This week's shipment follows 3,400 doses of the nasal spray that arrived to Wyoming two weeks ago and 8,400 doses including nasal spray and injectable vaccine that arrived last week.

Wyoming Home Heating Bill Workshop: Keep it Simple and Get Cash Back

Operation Energy Save kicks off this week in the Cowboy State with a free workshop offering simple tips and tricks to keep winter utility bills under control.

Sheridan City Council Meets Tonight

The Sheridan City Council will meet for their second meeting in October tonight. The agenda itself is pretty light and includes Council consideration of a request to vacate alleys in the old Central Middle School property. Holy Name Catholic Church currently owns the land, and the alleys consist only of right-of-ways.

Over 200 Attend Raising Readers Breakfast Last Weekend

Four years ago Raising Readers of Wyoming started looking for ways to raise awareness for their program and the power of reading. They came up with an annual breakfast. For the past couple years they have hosted the “Book-Fest and Feast” at the Elks Lodge.

YMCA Celebrates Youth Camp In Bighorn Mountains

When you think of resident youth camping, snow and October seldom come to mind. However, the public was invited for an open house for the YMCA of the Bighorns youth camping facility over the weekend. YMCA Executive Director Jay McGinnis says the open house was the kick off event for a fundraising campaign for the youth camp.

Burlington Northern’s First Female Engineer Retires After 30 Years On The Job

2009 was the end of a 30-year run for a Sheridan woman who spent most of her working life with the railroad. Sheridan Media News Director Kurt Layher talked with her about her life on the rails.

Controlled Archery In City Limits

Should archery hunters be able to hunt in city limits. One argument is that Archery is safer than guns but it is still a weapon. Hunters think it is a great idea while others think it is to risky. Most do agree that there is a lot of deer around town but do not want them shot around their house.