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10 Compete for Rodeo Royalty Titles

The Sheridan-WYO Rodeo royalty pageant is growing, with 10 competing Saturday for the four titles to be awarded, according to Marva Craft.

Charter Ordinance and WYO Performing Arts Debt Removal Request on Council’s Agenda

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Third and final reading of Charter Ordinance #2202, the City Administrator Ordinance, will be up for consideration by the Sheridan City Council Monday night. The ordinance was drafted to replace the City’s current Charter Ordinance, #2158.

Pageant Prep

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Participants of this year's Sheridan WYO Rodeo Royalty Pageant spent some time Friday rehearsing for the big event. The personalty and appearance portion of the Pageant took place Saturday morning at the WYO Theater in downtown Sheridan. The horsemanship portion took place Saturday night at the Sheridan College Arena.

(Photos Ron Richter ©)

'Insufficient Evidence'

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A 40-year-old Sheridan woman will not be charged with any criminal offenses for an accident on East Brundage Street in Sheridan the evening of June 9.

U.S. Cares About Fallen Soldiers

Zena Kirtley Husman said she's learned that the United States takes care of its fallen soldiers.

Library System Closed for 4th of July, Rodeo Friday

The Sheridan County Library System will be closed on two days in July. Programming Coordinator Zola Shockley shared the details recently while a guest on our news talk show Public Pulse.

Fireworks in Sheridan County

A Sheridan County Commission resolution regarding the use of fireworks within the county, authorizes the use of them from Monday through Sunday July 7.

Replacing Charter Ordinance #2158

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The Sheridan City Council is in the process of replacing Charter Ordinance #2158, the City Administrator Ordinance. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Enzi: Securing Nation's Fiscal Future Begins by Fixing the Broken Budget Process

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During a hearing this week on securing the nation's fiscal future, U.S. Senator Mike Enzi of Wyoming, Chairman of the Senate Budget Committee, said he hoped the committee would produce bipartisan proposals to fix America's broken budget and spending process.

Hub Offers Walking Program

The Hub on Smith Street is teaming with Sheridan's YMCA to provide a way for people to stay health and active by walking.

Kirtley's Remains Arrive in Sheridan

Accompanied by an honor guard and heralded by a flight of white doves, the remains of Cpl. DeMaret Marston Kirtley arrived at Kane Funeral Home Thursday afternoon.

Falls Can Happen to Anyone

Falls can happen to anyone – but age increases the risk, according to Dr. Rita Cherni-Smith.

JCHC Board Supports Rural Health's Study Application

The Board of Trustees for the Johnson County Healthcare Center spoke with representatives from the Rural Health Care District during their Wednesday meeting, concerning the district's application to the state for a needs assessment of the county's ambulance services.

Commissioner Cram Discusses Sheridan Air Service

While a guest on our talk show Public Pulse, Sheridan County Commissioner Terry Cram touched on the air service issue, which is expected to be resolved sooner than later, he said.

Johnson County Meets For Final Bill Pay, Amends Budget

Johnson County's Commissioners met Wednesday for the final bill pay before finalizing their 2019-2020 budget, but had a few minor things to take care of beforehand.

The commission approved Resolution No. 613, amending their current 2018-19 budget by adding just over $23,000.

Hospital Board Elects New Officers

Sheridan Memorial Hospital trustees elected new officers, said goodby to one outgoing member and welcomed a new member in their meeting Wednesday night.

Property Donation Fulfills Dream for The Hub

The recent donation of land to Sheridan College is helping to fulfill a dream for those who operate The Hub on Smith Street.

Bighorn Mountains Brewfest Saturday

On Saturday, the Antelope Butte Foundation’s Annual Bighorn Mountains Brewfest will take place at the Antelope Butte Mountain Recreation Area in the Bighorn National Forest.

Museum Exhibits for 2019

The Sheridan County Historical Society and Museum opened for the year the day before Memorial Day, showcasing some new exhibits and giving attendants the last chance to see a few others.

Committee Update from Rep. Western

The Transportation, Highways, and Military Affairs Committee of the Wyoming Legislature met in May to discuss the Interim Topics that were chosen by the Management Council.