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Sheridan Wyo Rodeo Parade Results Are In

The full list of results are in for the 2014 Sheridan Wyo Rodeo Parade. According to officials at the Sheridan Rotary Club the winners are as follows:

Absentee Voting for Primary Election Begins

Wyoming's Secretary of State Max Maxfield issued a release Thursday reminding voters that the 40-day period for absentee voting for Wyoming’s Primary Election had begun and ends Monday, August 18, which is the day before the Primary.

Absentee Voting Begins Today

Wyoming's Secretary of State Max Maxfield is reminding voters through a news release that the 40-day period for absentee voting for Wyoming’s Primary Election begins today and ends Monday, August 18, which is the day before the Primary.

Whitney Makes Substantial Committment to College

Sheridan College art instructor Tawni Shuler (left) works with SC Dental Hygiene student, Quintin Pegar, during a Drawing I class last semester. (Photo courtesy of Sheridan College)

Whitney Benefits trustees and Sheridan College trustees announced today an unprecedented plan, including the largest gift in the history of the college, a $25.3 million commitment to Sheridan College from Whitney Benefits, to continue to build capacity for additional students, bolstering the Sherida

Council Sets Special Meeting to Pick Mayor

A special meeting has been set to pick a replacement for Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey.

G&F: Be Aware Of Boating and Watercraft Safety

Now that summer is in full swing many in Wyoming will hook up to the boat and head for the lake. Boating, when done safely, can be an enjoyable family experience. However, boat owners need to take boating safety seriously or that enjoyable day can quickly turn to tragedy.

Sheridan Man Charged in Pharmacy Burglary

A 34-year-old Sheridan man has been charged in connection with the burglary last year of Hospital Phamacy West.

UW Researcher Engineers Light-Controlled Proteins

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Mark Gomelsky -- Courtesy Photo

A professor from the University of Wyoming in Laramie has engineered proteins that can be activated by near-infrared light.

Molecular Biology Professor Mark Gomelsky (gum-el-ski) says the technique offers a way to control biological activities in deep tissues of small mammals.

Sheridan Community Blood Drive

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United Blood Services and Sheridan Fire-Rescue have teamed up to host a blood drive this afternoon in Sheridan. According to a media release from UBS, there is a critical need for type-O-negative and type-O-positive. Walk-ins are welcome, however, appointments are strongly encouraged.

Health Fair Wellness Screenings Held Year-Round

(Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

Sheridan Memorial Hospital has announced that as of today, health fair wellness screenings will be available year-round.

WYDOT Advises No Motorcycle Traffic on US 14/16 From Gillette to Ucross

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The Wyoming Department of Transportation announced Friday the advisement for all motorcycle traffic to not use US 14/16 from Gillette to Ucross. Motorcyclists are strongly encouraged to use alternative routes.

Wyoming Safety and Workforce Summit

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Governor Matt Mead joined the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services (DWS) and its partners in recognizing 15 outstanding Wyoming workplaces or individuals at the 2014 Wyoming Safety and Workforce Summit earlier this week.

Interstate 90 Re-Opened

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I-90 between Buffalo and Gillette and US 14/16 from Gillette to Ucross have both been re-opened.

The Wyoming Department of Transportation re-opened both I-90 between Buffalo and Gillette both East and West bound lanes and US 14/16 from Gillette to Ucross at approximately 11:15 PM.

Flash Flooding Closes Portion of I-90

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The Wyoming Department of Transportation announced the closing of I-90 between Buffalo and Gillette both East and West bound lanes due to flash flooding at mile post 91 (Dead Horse Creek).

Movie Night in the Park

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(Photo by Judy Hagerott)

The Sheridan Wesleyan Church and Vertical Church are sponsoring three movie nights in the park this summer, with the first one set for tonight at 9 in Kendrick Park at the band shell. The event is free, which includes popcorn and soda, however, you must bring your own lawn chair and blanket.

County to Apply Dust Suppressant on Red Grade

The Sheridan County Public Works Department plans apply dust suppressant to Red Grade Road from the Springs to Sand Coule next week.

College to Offer Athletic Training Degree

Sheridan College will now offer an associate degree in athletic training.

Senior Center Employees Honored

Two Sheridan Senior Center employees have received awards from the Wyoming Public Transit Association.

Newest Chamber Committee Hosts Coffee

Chamber CEO Dixie Johnson speaking at a recent luncheon. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

The newest committee of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce will host a Chamber Coffee this week at the Wagon Box in Story.

Women's Council Meets

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The Wyoming Council for Women's Issues will meet Saturday at the Wyoming Veterans Memorial Museum in Casper. The Council's 50th Anniversary Committee will meet at 8 in the morning to discuss potential 2015 activities.