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Bunnies Are Everywhere

This little cottontail was spotted hanging out in a residential area. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

Rabbits seem to be hopping around, everywhere, and there’s good reason. Sheridan Media’s Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

Rabid Skunks Remain Threat

Rabid skunks remain a threat in parts of the state, including in the Sheridan County area. Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

McOmie Named Workforce Services Interim Chief

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Governor Matt Mead has named Del McOmie as interim director of the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services.

Child Safety Seats Must be Installed Correctly

Fireman Paul Juergens is a child safety seat technician for the fire department in Sheridan. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

A local child safety seat technician said both the seat and the child must be strapped in correctly. Sheridan Media’s Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

Enzi Says EPA Ruling Shows Tunnel Vision

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Republican U.S. Senator Mike Enzi of Wyoming issued a statement Monday, regarding the day’s Supreme Court decision requiring the EPA to consider the costs of the regulations it imposes on power plants.

Animal Shelter Needs Baby Food, Bedding

The local animals shelter is in need of particular items, including food and bedding. Sheridan Media’s Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

Air Force Band Comes to Sheridan

A military band will be performing this week in the local area. Sheridan Media’s Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

‘Ucross: A Portrait In Place’ Opens Next Week

A special place-based group exhibition and workshops are coming up next week at the Ucross Foundation Art Gallery in Ucross.

Street Project Will Disrupt Water Service

Water service will be temporarily disrupted next week for some residents living near the intersection of North Linden and West Brundage Street in Sheridan.

Library Art Show Focuses on Sustainable Living

The exhibit is hanging on the mezzanine at the Sheridan library. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

An art show, currently hanging at the library in Sheridan, promotes sustainable living.

Sheridan Police Make Arrest in Graffiti Case

Sheridan police have made an arrest in the graffiti case involving a building owned by Whitney Benefits located at the skating rink in Sheridan.

Upcoming Science Kids Classes Feature Rocks, Bugs

The Science Kids adventure learning programs continue in Sheridan. Coming up next week is Bug Out, which starts on Monday and runs through Thursday.

Basketball Battle Begins Under Big Horns

The annual three on three basketball tournament, called the Battle Under the Big Horns, will be held this weekend in Dayton.

Local Pickleballers Win State Medals

Pickleballs were flying at the Sheridan YMCA last weekend, according to Arlie Johnson, who organized the state pickleball tournament in Sheridan.

Citation Issued in Recent Graffiti Case, Arrest Pending

Lt. Tom Ringley -- Leslie Stratmoen Photo

One person has been cited and another is facing a possible arrest for the vandalism of a storage shed owned by the Whitney Benefits foundation that’s located at the ice skating rink on Sheridan Avenue.

UW Trustees Create Plan of Action for Presidential Search

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UW President Richard McGinity will be leaving in June of next year. (Photo Courtesy of the University)

The search is on for a new president for the state’s only university.

Anderson Presents Her Finished Indian Paintbrush Painting

Vistara Anderson presents her work. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

All the children attending the Sheridan County Museum's Tidbit Tuesday program in Sheridan this week went home with a painting they created on canvas of the Wyoming state flower -- the Indian Paintbrush.

Entire Class Presents Their Work

The entire class gathered for a picture. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

All the children attending the Sheridan County Museum's Tidbit Tuesday program in Sheridan this week went home with a painting they created on canvas of the Wyoming state flower -- the Indian Paintbrush.

Summer Fun Means Finger Painting, Skipping Rocks with Grandma

Miles throwing his stone. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

With summer here, families are enjoying outdoors activities. Sheridan Media’s Leslie Stratmoen caught up with two of those families this week, while enjoying the outdoors, herself. Here’s her report.

Museum Educator Reads the Indian Paintbrush Legend

Sarah Ligocki -- Leslie Stratmoen Photo

Sheridan County Museum educator Sarah Ligocki read a children's book during the Tidbit Tuesday program this week about the American Indian legend of the state's flower -- the Indian Paintbrush. She then helped the children finger paint the flower on canvas.