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Johnson County Fair And Rodeo Week Underway

The 2013 Johnson County Fair and Rodeo kicked off on Sunday and will continue all this week, wrapping up with the final rodeo performance next Sunday, August 4th.

Council to Hold Second Work Session on College Bond Issue Monday

The Sheridan City Council will hold the second of three scheduled work sessions regarding the $15.8 million Sheridan College bond issue. The College is looking to renovate and expand its current tech center that's severely outdated says College President Dr.

Week in Review

We continue our week in review series with a look back at some of the past week's top stories.

Missing Woman Last Seen in Sheridan

The Campbell County Sheriff's Office is investigating the case of a missing 23 year-old woman who was last seen in Sheridan, according to her family. Shannon Nicole McIntyre McClure has been missing since June 15th.

Illegally Dumped Waste Prevented from Reaching Tongue River

We reported last week that the Sheridan County Sheriff's Office is seeking information related to an incident of illegal dumping of 100 gallons of a petroleum-based substance 10 miles north of Sheridan.

The First-Ever Sheridan Iron Festival

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The first-ever Sheridan Iron Festival took place Friday night at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds, all in part to to one lady's dream. Katherine Deeds or Kat by her friends, saw a need and did her best to fill it.

Gov. Mead Appoints Former Buffalo Judge as Circuit Court Judge in Sweetwater County

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead has selected Craig Jones as the new Circuit Court Judge for the Third Judicial District in Sweetwater County. Jones will replace Judge Daniel Forgey who moved to the Seventh Judicial District.

Letter from the Public: Big Business and Fluoridation

I take exception to [the] comment in [a 2010 issue of] the Sheridan Press stating that tooth decay is the most common long term disease in children.

A Garage Sale For a Good Cause

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The Sheridan Senior Center held a “big” garage sale Friday that had just about everything one can imagine.

UW Trustees Approve Budget Request With Merit Pay

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees is asking the state for about $14 million to raise faculty and staff salaries in the 2015-2016 budget. If approved by the Legislature, UW's request would equal about an average 4 percent pay raise.

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