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Wild West Wine Fest Tickets Are Going Fast

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The Wild West Wine Fest is an annual fundraiser for the Downtown Sheridan Association that helps support the DSA’S hanging of the flower baskets along Main Street in Sheridan. This year’s Wine Fest is set for Friday night, March 4 from 6 to 9 at the Sheridan Elks Lodge #520.

Conservation District Approves Payment for Coordinator

The Sheridan County Conservation District will pay $250 a year for the next three years to help fund a coordinator for the Small Acreage Issue Team.

High School to Start Computer Science Track Next Year

Sheridan High School students next year will be able to take classes in programming computers and writing computer code.

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Rep. Madden Previews Budget Session With Buffalo Council

State Representative Mike Madden

State Representative Mike Madden, at the last Buffalo City Council meeting, gave a preview of this year's Legislative Budget Session, which is now underway in Cheyenne.

Freeze On Admissions, Other Issues At AHCC

JCHC Board of Trustees

Good employees with attendance issues, and subsequently fewer nurses aides is the culprit behind a freeze on admittance at the Amie Holt Care Center, according to Director Brenda Goarm.

Johnson County Backing Investments Bill Passage

Johnson County's Commissioners.

Johnson County's Commissioners, along with many other cities, counties, and others in the state, are backing Senate File 19 (SF19) a bill that will allow local governments, special districts, and joint powers boards to invest their funds through the State Treasurer's Office.

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 10, 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 Feb. 10, 1916.

Legislative Update: Governor Says He’ll Support Coal Industry, Medicaid Expansion, Fight for State Rights

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Despite the downturn in energy prices, Wyoming remains strong and must invest in infrastructure projects and accept federal funds to expand Medicaid to keep moving forward, Gov. Matt Mead told lawmakers in his State of the State address Monday.

Congressional Race is Way More Than Snow White and 10 Dwarfs

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Picture this:  State Sen. Leland Christensen (R-Alta) is walking the neighborhoods of Worland knocking on doors. It is cold and snowy. He encounters “a friend of a friend” and they talk for 20 minutes.

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