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A Look Back in Time: Feb. 10, 1917

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, 1917.

Supplemental Budget Bill Under Consideration Friday

Wyoming legislators in both the House and Senate Friday are giving third-reading consideration to their separate versions of a supplemental budget bill.

The Importance of Keeping Your Pet's Teeth Clean

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Most of us know the importance of keeping our teeth healthy and clean, but what about the teeth of our four legged friends?

Few Slots Remain for Citizen’s Police Academy

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The Sheridan Police Department’s annual Citizen’s Police Academy will begin later this month and run through mid April.

Be My Valentine Run/Walk Set for Saturday

It is almost Valentine's Day and in the spirit of that day the Sheridan Recreation District invites you and your special someone to grab your running shoes and take part in the Be My Valentine 6k Run, 1 Mile Walk event on Saturday.

Sheridan Media’s New Smart Talk Station Gives You Lifestyle, Not Politics

Talk radio is often considered controversial due to the political topics and opinions that are typically discussed. While many listeners enjoy that type of programming, Sheridan Media realized that there are some that do not.

Commissioners Approve Temporary Permit Extension

The Hanft Quarry Permit was originally approved for 10 years on March 6, 2007. Now that the time is nearly up, the Sheridan County Commissioners have approved a six month temporary permit extension on that quarry, so that the owners may re-apply.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.

Opposition slows permit process for new Wyoming coal mine

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Opposition from local landowners and a competing company is slowing down permitting for what would be the first major new coal mine in Wyoming in decades.

Anne and Andy Lowe Featured Saturday at Carriage House

Seasoned performers Anne and Andy Lowe will be featured in concert Saturday at the Carriage House Theater in Sheridan.

Kobza: State's Focus is on Education Expenses

A Sheridan County educator says the state has been talking about cutting education expenses, and no real efforts to generate additional revenues to reduce what's been projected as a $400 million shortfall in Wyoming's education budget.

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