Mule Deer Near Gillette Tests Positive for CWD

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A mule deer harvested on October 2, near Gillette from hunt area 18 has tested positive for chronic wasting disease, which is a brain disease that has been known to affect some deer, elk and moose. Game and Fish Information Specialist Warren Mischke says that the G&F has been conducting surveys since the rifle hunting season began.

A Unique Sunday Service

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Volunteers with Bethesda Worship Center painted the stalls at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds Sunday.
Volunteers with Bethesda Worship Center painted the stalls at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds Sunday.

Sunday, 130 volunteers from Bethesda Worship Center in Sheridan put feet to their faith as they went outside of the walls of the church to serve the community. Volunteer Greg Hagerott says that it was about giving back to the community.

Osborne Pretrial Conference

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29-year-old Sheridan resident Shawn Osborne is charged with 1st Degree Murder.
29-year-old Sheridan resident Shawn Osborne is charged with 1st Degree Murder.

A brief pretrial conference was held Monday in 4th Judicial District Court for 29-year-old Sheridan resident Shawn Osborne, who is charged with 1st Degree Murder.

Poll Question: Renewal of Optional 1-Cent Tax

Will Penny Power be renewed after the November 2nd General Election?

The General Election is fast approaching, and as we've reported frequently over the past weeks, the Optional 1-Cent Tax is on the ballot this year.

Family March Against Violence Held Saturday

Purple-clad marchers of all ages and genders participated in the Family March Against Domestic Violence. October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

Over one hundred people turned out on a cool and drizzly Saturday morning to take part in the “Family March Against Violence.  Beginning at the US Bank parking lot and ending at Grinnell Plaza, the march was held to make a stand against domestic violence and violence in our community.

A Christmas Ornament Collaboration

8 year-old Ashlyn Ibach pounds away at a horseshoe turning it into a candy cane Christmas tree ornament for the Capitol Christmas Tree.

Up for the challenge, members of the Heart of the Horse 4-H Club teamed up with the Sheridan College Welding Class on Saturday to make ornaments for this year’s U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree which is coming from Wyoming's forest.

Buyok Ranch Conservation Easement

The Sheridan Community Land Trust celebrated a new Conservation Easement Saturday at the Buyok Ranch near the historic town-site of Monarch, north of Sheridan.

Open House at the Fire Station

Four year-old Kirian Krogen gets a hand from fireman Seth Larson as she mans the fire hose.

Last week was National Fire Prevention Week and the Sheridan Fire Department ended the week with an open house on Saturday.  Over three hundred people stopped in at the station at the corner of Scott and Works to enjoy tours of the station and equipment, lunch, and fire truck rides.  Fire Marshall Brian Songer, of Sheridan Fire and Rescue describes another event the kids could

8,000+ Meals Available to Seniors

Each Shelf Stable meals pack contains a juice box, canned fruit, canned chicken, crackers, cookie, and condiments.

The Sheridan Senior Center and the Wyoming Department of Health have partnered to make shelf-stable meals available to Sheridan County residents age 60 and older. Just what is a shelf-stable meal? Lois Bell with the Senior Center explains.

Sheridan County Public Health To Host Flu Clinics This Month

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Sheridan County Public Health will be hosting several flu clinics this month, with the first one to take place tomorrow at the Public Health Office in Sheridan. Public Health Nurse Katie Hiller says that while flu season isn't here just yet, now is the time to get vaccinated before it hits.