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Kirby Opera House a One-time Social Center

Thurston Aiken built the structure at the corner of North Gould and Brundage Street in the late 1890s or early 1900s as a roller skating rink.

Annexation Recommended for Approval

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The City of Sheridan Planning Commission met Monday night. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the details.

Meet the Candidates

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The two candidates vying for the two-year seat on Sheridan's City Council were guest's on our news talk show Public Pulse Monday. Current Councilman Robert Webster talked about his experience as a councilor.

UW Facility Receives Grant to Analyze Soil Samples Nationwide

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The University of Wyoming's Stable Isotope Facility has received an $80,000 grant from the National Science Foundation. The grant will be used to analyze soil samples from across the country.

Local Student Prosecutes Possible Johnson County War Criminal

A student from the local area will be part of a mock trial this week at the University of Wyoming in Laramie that focuses on the famed Johnson County War.

College Professor Excited About Mars Talk, Welcomes Public

Sheridan College’s director of agriculture says he’s excited to have two of the Mars’ candy company executives talk with his students tomorrow.

Highland Park to be Honored by State

Sheridan's Highland Park Elementary School will be honored by state officials next month as one of three schools in Wyoming to be named a National Blue Ribbon School.

Sheriff's Office Recovers Stolen Property

Sheridan County Sheriff's personnel solved a burglary case on Saturday morning when a person was found in possession of stolen property.

Firefighters Called to Higby Road

Goose Valley firefighters were called to Higby Road just outside Sheridan late Sunday morning to extinguish a blaze in a pile of logs in the 2400 block.

Color Run Organizers Call Event Success

Organizers of the weekend's Combat Color Fun Run at Sheridan College say the event was a huge success, with 150 participants raising $3,200.