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Story Elementary School Hosts Fall Festival

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The PTO for Story Elementary School went all out for their Fall Festival and Chili Cook-Off, plus a chili/hot dog supper and the best part...it was a free.

Kerns Tells Story of Crook 'Before and After' Rosebud

Area history was the topic of a meeting in Sheridan Thursday night. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair has the story.

Lawsuit Challenges Constitutionality of Data Trespass Laws

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by Gregory Nickerson | WyoFile.com

Wyoming’s new data trespass laws are unconstitutional, violating free speech, equal protection and other basic freedoms, according to a lawsuit filed by conservation, animal welfare, and media groups in U.S. District Court on Sept. 29.

Land Use Plan Open House

An open house was held Wednesday by the City of Sheridan and Sheridan County to update the public on changes to the Joint Land Use Plan that was adopted by both the city and the county in 2009.

Two Sheridan Police Officers Promoted at City Hall

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Two Sheridan Police Officers were promoted Wednesday during a ceremony at Sheridan’s City Hall. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter was there and has the story.

Pet-o-Ween is Saturday

Sheridan's 15th annual Pet-o-Ween will be Saturday at Kendrick Park, which is off Loucks Street in Sheridan.

New Poet Laureate Says She's 'Settling In'

Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair recently attended an event featuring local poet Rose Hill. She took the opportunity to learn more about the Sheridan resident, and brings us this story.

Aquatic Center Funding Reaches Halfway Point

Supporters of the proposed aquatic center in Sheridan are halfway there, as far as fundraising, goes. Jay McGinnis, who is the director of the YMCA where the new facility will be built, says they’ve raised nearly $8 million of the $16 million needed to build the facility that will expand the Y and include two pools, a lap and family leisure, office and class spaces and locker rooms.

Senior Center Poised For Next Step in Expansion

A long-time Sheridan institution is preparing to make changes. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair has the story.

Miss Indian America film airs on Wyoming PBS

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by WyoFile.com

In the years after World War II, Sheridan, Wyoming went from being “an Indian-hating town” in the words of Crow elder Joseph Medicine Crow, to being “the Indian capital of the world.” At least for a while.