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Heroes ‘n Horses

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CHAPS, Children, Horses, and Adults in Partnership, offered veterans and their families, an equine assisted program called Heroes ‘n Horses, “an opportunity for veteran families to unite with horses in a fun and different way to work on communication, team building, and bonding.”

‘Born in a Barn’ is Getting Better with Age

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Re-purposed, re-invented or re-imagined, that’s the theme of “Born in a Barn,” an outdoor market hosted by Shelley Kinnison. Thousands traveled the five miles east out of town to shop Friday and Saturday.

Out of the Darkness Community Walk

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Raising funds and awareness, the annual Out of the Darkness Community Walk was held Saturday beginning at Whitney Commons.

‘Those Magnificent Men and Their Flying Machines’

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This weekend is the annual Flying Cowboys Fly-In, an event held for remote-controlled airplanes and their pilots.

Friday’s 9/11 Ceremony’s Memorial Unveiling

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Sheridan Fire-Rescue hosted a 9/11 remembrance ceremony Friday for those who died in the 2001, terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and the crash site at Shanksville, Pennsylvania.

Local Fire-Rescue Hosts 9/11 Ceremony

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Sheridan Fire-Rescue hosted a 9/11 remembrance ceremony this morning for those who died in the 2001, terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and the crash site at Shanksville, Pennsylvania.

Pilot Survives Plane Crash

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A pilot from Michigan has survived a crash of his plane that went down this morning on Interstate 80, about four miles east of Laramie.

Hot Bike Tour Rolls Through Sheridan

Two wheels, five days, one thousand miles, millions of memories. That's how the Geico Motorcycle Hot Bike Tour that's running from the Victory Motorcycle Factory in Spirit Lake, Iowa, to Billings, Montana, is being billed. And the riders are scheduled to stop for an overnight stay Saturday in Sheridan.

Sheridan Uses Two Programs to Manage Deer Population

Issue Will Be Discussed Today on Public Pulse

As a background to this week’s poll question about management of the deer population in Sheridan that will be discussed today on Public Pulse, we are revisiting an interview conducted last month with Sheridan Police Lt. Travis Koltiska.

Business Council Considers Senior Center, Child Advocacy Grants

Many local business leaders are hoping for good news today, in regard to state funding.