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Book Discussions Feature Muslim Journeys

Several programs have been planned for next month by managers of the Sheridan County library system.

College Offers Classes on Aging Safely

Coming up in October, Sheridan College will be offering workshops on how to age, safely, while staying at home.

No Citations Issued Following Fire Ban Reports

Two reports of violation of the county's fire ban showed up on Tuesday's Sheridan County Sheriff's log.

Pantry Celebrates with Car Raffle, but Needs Funds to Purchase Building

Managers of a local food pantry are celebrating a decade of feeding the community by giving a party this weekend that includes raffling off a car.

UW Science Initiative Expected to Reap Rewards

A spokesman for the state's university said the governor's recent appointment of a task force to study the school's facilities in regard to science will be beneficial, not only to the school, but to the state.

Local Group Plans Suicide Awareness Walk

A local group is joining a nationwide effort next month to bring awareness to the issue of suicide. Sydney Rowe of the local Suicide Prevention Coalition appeared recently on our news talk show, Public Pulse.

UPDATE: Activities Include Football, Dodge Ball, Deadwood Trip

Several fall season sports are being offered by a local recreation program. Sheridan Media's Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

Rules Change for Upland Bird Hunting

The rules for bird hunters have changed this year. Sheridan Media's Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

Kendrick Park Pool is Tourist Draw

After a busy summer, and a few closings for repairs, the city-owned public swimming pool in Kendrick Park in Sheridan closed Saturday for the season.

Museum’s Historic Battle Exhibits Keep Visitors Coming

The summer tourism season at the Sheridan County Museum in Sheridan was strong, according to the director, based on the fact that more visitors stopped by this year, than last.

Councilman Says Citizens Should Vote on Fluoridation of City Water

Sheridan City Councilman Jesus Rios issued a statement Monday regarding the city’s stand on adding fluoride to the city’s water system.

Weekend Events Include Swimming, Theater, Music

A variety of different types of entertainment are offered this weekend in the local area. Sheridan Media's Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

UPDATE: Peanut Butter Recall

UPDATE: A food manufacturing company called nSpired Natural Foods is voluntarily recalling certain retail lots of almond and peanut butters released under the brand names of Arrowhead Mills and MaraNatha, because of the threat of salmonella contamination.

WYO Theater Hires Executive Director

Gerard Gibbs

The WYO Theater in Sheridan has a new executive director. According to a release, his name is Gerard Gibbs.

Air Service Topic of Discussion

The county-owned airport in Sheridan may still receive federal funding without making the passenger quota, if the Wyoming congressional delegation comes through.

State Secretary Says No Recounts

The head of the state election's office says there will be no mandatory recounts in the state races, including the close race between John Patton and Ryan Mulholland, for the House District 29 seat, representing Sheridan County.

College Hires Nursing Department Liaison

Marlene Ethier is Sheridan College's Endowed Nursing Chair. (Photo Provided)

The local community college in Sheridan has hired an Endowed Nursing Chair to strengthen the college's partnership with the University of Wyoming, allowing Sheridan College nursing students to earn their bachelor's degree without leaving Sheridan.

Jennings Ousts Coleman, Patton Holds On

Results for Tuesday’s Primary Election in Sheridan County began rolling in about 40 minutes after the polls closed at 7.

Sheridan Man to Climb Cho Oyu

Darren Rogers does a handstand on top of Cayambe (18,990 feet) in Ecuador. (Submitted Photo)

A seasoned mountain climber from Sheridan will be joining an international team next week to climb Cho Oyu mountain in Tibet.

Sheridan County to Post Election Results Online

Today's election returns for Sheridan County will be available to everyone, simultaneously, because the county clerk's office will be posting the results as they come in on the county's website.