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Newspaper Attorney Considers Appeal

A district court judge's ruling that Sheridan County School District 2 did not violate Wyoming open meetings law could be appealed.

Judge Rules in Favor of School District

District Court Judge William J. Edelman has ruled that Sheridan County School District 2 did not violate Wyoming open meetings laws.

A Look Back in Time: July 25, 1914

A rumor reached Sheridan today that the body of the little McKinney girl has been discovered.

Presentation to Look at 'Growing' Local Food Economy

An economist who specializes in assessing how to turn food into a growing part of a local economy will be in Sheridan in September.

Pub Painters Return to No-Name Bar

The Sheridan Pub Painters will return to the No-Name bar on Friday from 5 until 8 in the evening.

Story School Enrollment Growing

Story Elementary School expects an enrollment of 25 students when classes resume next month.

A Look Back in Time: July 24, 1914

The Sheridan Woman's club has purchased a site on South Tschirgi street for a new club house.

School, College, Conservation Filings Start

Filing starts next month for candidates seeking positions on Sheridan County's three school boards, the college district and the Sheridan County Conservation District.

4-H Fashion Revue Launches Fair Activities

Senior Ready-to-Wear champion Gabrielle Koltiska (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sheridan College hosted the first event leading up to this year's Sheridan County Fair this week.

Kula Space Leads Yoga Exercise

Michele Fritz leads yoga exercise. (Photo by Pat Blair)

More than a dozen people gathered in Marshall Park for this week's ParkFit program.

Dog Bite Reported

A dog bit a four-year-old child in Dayton when the boy put his face up against a fence.

A Look Back in Time: July 23, 1914

A new telephone system will be organized, connecting the city of Sheridan and the mines north of here.

Ag Committee Visits Family Farm

Tomatoes in one of the greenhouses at Holliday Family Farm. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Brad Holliday and his family are raising chickens for meat, and growing tomatoes, corn, lettuce, kale and other crops on their farm outside Dayton.

A Look Back in Time: July 22, 1914

Miss Alfa Weston made final proof of a 320-acre homestead near Clearmont yesterday afternoon.

Yoga Offered in Park

Kula Space will present a session of yoga for Sheridan's ParkFit program on Wednesday.

Preliminary Hearing Set on Weapons Charge

A 41-year-old Sheridan man is scheduled for preliminary hearing in circuit court next week on charges stemming from a dispute outside the Pony Bar and Grill in downtown Sheridan.

4-H Fashion Revue Heralds Fair

The 4-H Fashion Revue this week heralds the approach of the annual Sheridan County Fair.

A Look Back in Time: July 21, 1914

The 6-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Mayer, who live at 470 Works Street, was accidentally shot and killed last evening.

Fair Came Before Statehood

1885 Fair in Big Horn. (Photo Courtesy of Big Horn City Historical Society)

Wyoming was still a territory, and Sheridan County was still part of Johnson County when the first fair was organized in Big Horn in 1885.

A Look Back in Time: July 20, 1914

Examinations for teachers' certificates will be at the Sheridan County Courthouse on July 24 and 25.