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Gatchell Weathers Changes, Moves Forward With Summer Plans

The Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum in Buffalo has had an interesting spring, dealing with funding issues, the resignation of its director and finding ways to stay open for as many hours and days as possible with a short-handed staff.

Johnson County Gives Additional Funding To C.A.S.T.

Johnson County's Commissioners agreed, after discussing the issue, to give an additional $30,000 to support the Critical Air Service Team, or C.A.S.T. at the Sheridan County Airport, but on a split 2-1 vote.

Senior Prank Causes 'Stink' at Kaycee School

In what was called a “senior prank gone awry,” the Kaycee School was shut down Sunday evening and part of Monday morning while officials investigated a terrible smell emanating from the high school wing of the building.

Summer Safety Tips From Bud Stewart

Memorial Day means summer has arrived. Many families will be enjoying the long weekend by camping, boating and doing other things in the great outdoors.

Meet the Congressional Candidates Set for Early June

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The Sheridan County Republican Women and the Republican Central Committee are sponsoring a meet the candidate evening Tuesday, June 7 in Sheridan, that will feature candidates for Wyoming’s lone congressional seat.

Mount Everest Summit

Sheridan Resident Darren Rogers with the waning setting moon and the shadow of Mount Everest in Nepal

The summit rotation announcement came as a surprise late afternoon on May 15th as the weather reports had us staying in Base Camp for the next 5-8 days.

A Story of Scout Courage During World War II Near Cody-Powell

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Xenophobia: intense or irrational dislike or fear of people from other countries.

Sheridan County Historical Society Museum Starts Summer Hours

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The Sheridan Historical Society Museum will hold an open house Saturday and Sunday in preparation for the opening of the summer season.

A Look Back in Time: May 24, 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 May 24, 1916.

Scoops is Now Open in Kendrick Park

Moose Tracks, Cotton Candy, Bubble Gum, and Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough are just some of the flavors that the popular “Scoops” Ice Cream Shack in Kendrick Park are serving up. Back open for the summer, Scoops will serve thousands of Sheridanites and visitors alike.

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