Ron Richter

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Sheridan College Rodeo Moved to Agri Park

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The Sheridan College Rodeo has been moved from the Sheridan County Fairgrounds to the Sheridan College Agri Park due to inclement weather. Performance times will remain the same today, tomorrow and Sunday, as the only change has been the location of the rodeo.

Antelope Butte Postpones ‘Beaver Day’

The Antelope Butte Foundation has postponed Saturday’s “Beaver Day” due to inclement weather in the Bighorn Mountains.

Congressional Candidate Feels Bipartisan Approach is Needed

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Democratic candidate for Wyoming’s lone congressional seat Ryan Greene recently appeared as a guest on our news talk show Public Pulse.

Senator Enzi: Senate Should Work to Help All Miners, Not Just Union Members

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During a U.S. Senate Committee meeting this week, U.S. Senator Mike Enzi of Wyoming spoke out against the Miners Protection Act, which would provide federal funds to shore-up the United Mine Workers of America’s underfunded pension plan.

Fatal Crash on I-90 South of Sheridan

UPDATE: Trooper and Driver Identified

At 9:30 Thursday night, Wyoming Highway Patrol Troopers in the Sheridan area, responded to a report of a vehicle traveling in the wrong direction in the eastbound lanes of Interstate 90.

The Cycle of Violence

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The Advocacy and Resource Center in Sheridan and the Compass Center for Families have teamed up for this year’s “March Against Family Violence” that will take place Saturday, October 8 in Sheridan.

The Link, Partners in Pink Fundraiser Set for Mid October

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The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Foundation has announced that this year’s breast cancer awareness race and fundraiser, The Link, Partners in Pink, will take place Saturday, October 15 at 10 am at Whitney Commons in Sheridan.

Introducing Hunters to the Sport

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Many small game and upland bird hunting seasons are underway in northeast Wyoming and around the state. Wyoming Game and Fish Sheridan Region Information Specialist Bud Stewart says these hunting seasons can be great for introducing new hunters to the sport.

Commissioners Approve Contracts for Grant Disbursal

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The Sheridan County Commissioners approved two contracts with state agencies at their meeting Tuesday that will allow for the disbursement of grants to local entities. The first contract was with the Wyoming Department of Family Services for a TANF grant.

WWA to Host Stewardship Outing at Sibley Lake

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The Wyoming Wilderness Association and the U.S. Forest Service are inviting the public to a stewardship outing at Sibley Lake Saturday. Heidi Davidson with the WWA said the outing will take place from 9 am to 2 pm.

County Commission Candidates

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There are two seats available for the Sheridan County Commission and three candidates who are vying for those two seats. Incumbents Mike Nickel and Tom Ringley, who are both Republican, and Democratic Candidate Vicki Taylor recently appeared as guests on our news talk show Public Pulse.

Brucellosis Sampling Underway in the Bighorn Mountains

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Brucellosis sampling is underway in the Bighorn Mountains as some archery elk hunters have already collected and submitted blood samples.

City Council to Receive Update on Lion Dogs and Welcome New Junior Council

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A swearing in ceremony will take place at tonight’s Sheridan City Council meeting, as the Council will welcome several new Junior Council members. Sheridan Mayor John Heath.

Sheridan Business Now Offers Home Visitation Service

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Resource Staffing, Inc. of Sheridan has expanded their business to now offer a non-medical home visitation service. Resource Staffing President Kathy Coleman explains.

Community Input Wanted for City Administrator Candidates

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The City of Sheridan is inviting the public to a reception Tuesday from 4:30 to 6:30 pm in the atrium of the Whitney building at Sheridan College to meet the two candidates for the position of city administrator.

Sheridan Will Be Represented at Miss Wyoming USA

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The Miss Wyoming USA Pageant will take place this weekend at the Casper Events Center. 20-year-old Becky Bridger of Sheridan will be competing in the pageant for the right to represent Wyoming in the Miss USA Pageant in the summer of 2017.

Sheridan Local Food Expo Set For Early October

The Sheridan Local Food Expo will take place October 5 through the 8 and will provide a number of activities that provide the attendees with the hands-on education and experience necessary to support local food production, personal health and economic development.

Sheridan Wins ‘Recycler of the Year’ Award

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The City of Sheridan was recently named “Recycler of the Year” by the Wyoming Solid Waste and Recycling Association after the first full year of its citywide curbside recycling program.

G&F Conducting Special Survey

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is conducting a special survey to update lifetime and pioneer license holder information.

African Children’s Choir to Perform in Buffalo Friday

The world renowned African Children’s Choir will be performing Friday night at 7 at the Summit Church on Buffalo’s Main Street.