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Turkey Hoop Shoot

An annual fundraiser for the local food bank is set to take place this month. Sheridan Recreation District Program Supervisor Zach Stewart shared the details.

Wyoming Wildlife Photo Contest Submissions Open Now

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s 2019 Wyoming Wildlife Photo Contest is currently accepting submissions. According to Game and Fish Sheridan Region Public Information Specialist Tina Schmidt, the winners will be featured in the February 2020 issue of their magazine.

Perkins Talks Sheridan County Prevention, Sources of Strength Initiative

Recently, while a guest on our news talk show Public Pulse, Sheridan County Prevention Manager Ann Perkins spoke about her organizations role in the community and their new countywide initiative.

Police Investigating Incident at the Hub

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Officers with the Sheridan Police Department received a report of elder abuse last Thursday regarding an alleged incident that occurred at the Hub on Smith in Sheridan on Wednesday of last week.

Special Election Day

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Sheridan residents will cast their vote today in the special election on Charter Ordinance #2202, the City Administrator Ordinance.

School District 2 Receives Donations

Donations of $75,000 from the Homer and Janet Scott Foundation and $10,000 from the Booster Club were announced at the meeting of Sheridan County School District 2 trustees Monday night.

Buffalo High School Honoring Veterans Friday

All community members and their families who are veterans are welcome to attend.

There will be performances by the BHS Band and Choir, and the Occidental Band, and there will be a presentation given by the Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum.

Rescheduled Informational Program on Coffee Set for Saturday

An informational coffee program that was set to happen earlier this fall and then rescheduled is on course to be held on Saturday.

Search and Rescue Deployments Doubled for the Year in October

The Sheridan County Search and Rescue Team had been deployed for incidents 4 times in 2019 before the month of October. According to Sheridan County Sheriff Sgt.

Historical Society Presentation to Focus on Cattle War Author

The presentation from the Johnson County Historical Society for the month of November will concentrate on Asa Mercer, author of “Banditti of the Plains,” an book written about his first-hand experiences of the Johnson County Cattle War of 1892.

Rams Roll On to Semifinals

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The Big Horn Rams football team advanced to the semifinal game in Class 1A with a dominating win over Wind River 82-0 Friday night in Big Horn. The Rams scored 46 points in the 2nd quarter and ended the game early with a 28-point 1st quarter. The Rams will host Southeast Friday in Big Horn at 5 pm for the right to play for the State Championship in Laramie.

Council to Receive Insurance Update and Consider Zoning Code Ordinance

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City of Sheridan Human Resources Director Heather Doke will be providing the City Council with an update on the insurance that’s provided to City employees.

Conversations Program to Highlight Sheridan Churches

The monthly Conversations in History Program hosted by the Sheridan County Historical Society and the Hub on Smith will take place on Wednesday, November 13 at the Hub.

Yellowstone Seeking Comments on Proposal to Replace Bridge

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The Yellowstone National Park Service is seeking comments from the public on a new proposal to replace the Yellowstone River Bridge, located on the Northeast Entrance Road near Tower Junction.

New Luminous Brew Supports SCLT

Sheridan’s Luminous Brewhouse has created a new brew in their WYLD Collection, that will benefit a local non profit organization. A portion of the proceeds from the new Spruce Tip Ale will go towards supporting the Sheridan Community Land Trust.

Buffalo's Monster March Fun for Kids, Adults Alike

The annual Monster March was Halloween afternoon in downtown Buffalo with kids showing off their costumes and trick-or-treating local businesses for candy and other goodies.

UW Horse Judging Team Wins First of Season Competition

The University of Wyoming horse judging team won the collegiate division of the U.S. National Arabian Horse Show in Tulsa, Okla., in its first competition of the season this month.

Chamber Legislative Forum Set for November 8

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce has set the date for their annual Legislative Forum to November 8.

Special Election Approaches

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The special election in the City of Sheridan regarding Charter Ordinance #2202, the City Administrator Ordinance, is just days away. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.