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Sheridan County 4-H Cookbook on Sale Now

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Past and present members of Sheridan County 4-H have compiled a cookbook that not only is full of recipes, but includes interesting artifacts pertaining to the history of 4-H in Sheridan County over the past century.

DWS Launches New Safety Division

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The Wyoming Department of Workforce Services is expanding their safety expertise and resources to employers in State by deploying a new unit, the DWS Workers’ Compensation Safety and Risk Unit.

Throttle 2 Bottle

BigHorn Spirits is expecting their first shipment of their new imported Canadian whiskey in mid May. There will be a launch party on June 4th at the Pony Bar and Grill in Sheridan featuring samples, prizes, Legerski sausages and more.

Coalition School Districts Cut 92 Jobs

The 11 Wyoming Coalition school districts, which includes Sheridan County school districts 1 and 3, announced Wednesday that they have eliminated 92 full-time jobs due to budget cuts.

A Replica of the National Vietnam Veteran's Women's Memorial will be Dedicated Thursday morning at Sheridan college

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Vietnam Veteran Diane Carlson-Evans started a 10 year journey in 1983 commemorate the women who volunteered to serve during the Vietnam war.

Representative Madden to Seek Another Term

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Legislator Mike Madden has announced his intention to seek another term as State Representative for House District 40, which includes all of Johnson and the eastern part of Sheridan Counties.

Sheridan County Snowpack Report

After a dry winter, the final 2016 Sheridan County Snowpack report is optimistic. The Tongue River drainage remains below the median as of Sunday morning but it is closer than at any other time this year at 87% of median while the Clear Creek drainage is significantly higher at 119% of median.

Scott Foundation Awards Science Kids a Matching Grant Opportunity

Science Kids has been awarded a $10,000 grant from The Scott Foundation. However, Science Kids must match $5,000 in order to receive the total amount.

Poetry of Conflict to be Presented at Sheridan College

Dr. Jane Wohl, an English teacher at Sheridan College, will present poetry written by American veterans of the Vietnam, Afghanistan and Iraq conflicts in a program Thursday at the college in Sheridan.

Treaty Rights Not Supported by Modern Courts

The 1868 Treaty of Fort Laramie was originally cited by a member of the Crow tribe tried in circuit court in Sheridan last week on a charge of poaching elk in Wyoming. His claim was that the treaty of 1868 and another in 1851 gave him the right to hunt elk at any time in Wyoming. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair did some research on the treaty.

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