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D-Day Invasion Was Big Deal for 30,000 Wyoming Soldiers

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World War II was an extraordinary time in Wyoming with over 10 percent of the state’s population involved in fighting that war. Over 1,000 died.

Eaton's Horse Drive Draws Crowd

Sheridan area residents and visitors thronged Fifth Street on Sunday morning to watch Eatons' Ranch horses come through town.

Patrol Says No Weekend Fatals

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As of Tuesday May 27th, the Wyoming Highway Patrol had received no reports of fatal crashes over the Memorial Day Weekend in Wyoming.

A Look Back in Time: May 27, 1914

The people of Sheridan voted overwhelmingly for the passage of $50,000 in bonds to pay for extending the local sewer system. Commissioner Canfield says work on the new sewer will begin as soon as possible.

Museum Hosts Appreciation Days

A local museum has planned a special weekend to thank patrons. Sheridan Media's Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

Class Features Feng Shui

Based on the idea that places affect personal energy, a hands-on discussion-oriented class on the Feng Shui tradition is being offered at Sheridan College in Sheridan.

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WyDOT Closes Bridge Section

The Wyoming Department of Transportation will be closing the middle level of a tri-level bridge that connects Interstate 90 to Interstate 25 in Buffalo beginning next week.

Gatchell Celebrates Grand Re-Opening

The Jim Gatchell Museum in Buffalo hosted its Grand Re-Opening this past Saturday, celebrating with a newly-redesigned bookstore and a new exhibit entitled “Untrammeled: 50 Years of the Wilderness Act Through the Viewfinder.”

Hundreds Show for Sheridan Parade

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For many, Memorial Day is just another three-day weekend. But for the scores of people that lined Main Street, it means much more. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this report.

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