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Cheney Speaks at Republican Women's Meeting

Wyoming's U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney said the Republican party in Congress isn't as divided as the media would like people to think.

Balding Gives Tours of Business

Tom Balding's Bits and Spurs has been on Sheridan's Riverside Drive for about 19 years.

Sample’s Kickstarter Campaign Surpases Goal By More Than $2000

For over 14 years Sarah Sample has been a singer/songwriter producing five albums over that time. Sample has called Sheridan home for three years and the area has inspired her.

WWA Stewardship Outing Saturday at Penrose Trail

The Wyoming Wilderness Association and the Bighorn National Forest will host a stewardship outing at Penrose Trail on Saturday. The event is in celebration of National Trails Day and attendants will do trail maintenance projects including clearing brush, limbing, and doing drainage maintenance.

Bots Sots Remount is Saturday

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The Historic Sheridan Inn will be the site Saturday for the “Bots Sots Remount” horse sale.

Monday at the Museum Program Returns

The Sheridan County Historical Society and Museum begins the summer season today with summer hours in effect from 9 am to 5 pm daily through Labor Day and a full slate of education and outreach programs.

Senior Meal Service Moves to Junior High School

As Sheridan Media has reported, meal service for Sheridan's seniors will move to Sheridan Junior High School next week.

County Accepts DOH Grant For Drug Court

A grant from the Wyoming Department of Health to help fund the county's drug court program was accepted by the Johnson County Commissioners at their recent meeting.

County Approves Use Of Lots For Basketball Tournament

The “Battle on the Blacktop” is a two-day three-on-three tournament featuring players ranging in age from 3rd grade through adult competing for bragging rights.
There are both male and female groups within each division.

Coal lawyers try to stifle citizens’ comments against mine

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WyoFile.com- Dr. David Bagley, the chairman of the Environmental Quality Council, overruled Ramaco lawyers’ objections and said the four area residents would be allowed to testify in the proceedings on the mine permit.