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30 Years Helping Our Miners

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Ross and Sylvia Sadler

NOWCAP, North West Community Action Programs, hosted a Bar-B-Que at Scott Bicentennial Park in Dayton on Saturday. It was to honor all those employees that work with coal at their jobs.

A Glimpse into the Past

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The Merchant Family

Folks stopping at the Burgess Junction Visitor Center on top of the Big Horns were in for a treat this past Saturday. Pioneer reenactors Kim Merchant and his two daughters, Ana, and Rachel were there, giving visitors a taste of pioneer camping during the late 1800”s.

Poll Question of the Week

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Presidential candidate Mitt Romney announced earlier this month that he has picked conservative Paul Ryan of Wisconsin to be his vice presidential running mate.

3rd Annual Absaroka State Takeover Car Show

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Saturday was a car show for the common, down-to-earth sort of car enthusiast. It was the 3rd Annual Absaroka State Takeover Car Show held at the Big Horn Y, south of Sheridan. Organizer Scott Stalick.

State Law Requires Time Off to Vote

The Primary Election in Wyoming is this Tuesday, August 21st. Employers should keep in mind that Wyoming state law requires employees to have some time off from their job to vote. Secretary of State Max Maxfield.

Sheridan Media Week In Review

Here's a look at top headlines from the past week:

Senate Sponsors In Vitro Fertilization Bill For Wounded Vets

A bill being considered in the U.S. Senate is aimed at helping wounded veterans start families by expanding coverage for in vitro fertilization.

House Fire on North Broadway

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A fire at a home on the corner of 10th and Broadway in Sheridan Saturday night.
A fire at a home on the corner of 10th and Broadway in Sheridan Saturday night.
A fire at a home on the corner of 10th and Broadway in Sheridan Saturday night.

Sheridan Fire-Rescue responded to a house fire at 10th and Broadway in Sheridan shortly after 10 o'clock Saturday evening. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter reports that flames and smoke could be seen billowing out of a window on the west side of the home.

Buffalo Building Inspector Reports Increase In Permits

Buffalo's Building Inspector Toby Rhoades gave a report to the city council at their last meeting August 7th, saying he has seen increases in the requests for building permits.

Survey Says

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(Photo Courtesy of the Sheridan Recreation District)

In April of this year, the Sheridan Recreation District held a community meeting to get public input on the future of Kendrick Pool, which is now 75 years old. From that meeting, a steering committee was formed and a community survey was put together to garner input on rebuilding Kendrick Pool.

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