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February 26th, 2015

WyDOT Finishes Bridge, Fixes Slides, Bids Interchange

Ronda Holwell with the Wyoming Department of Transportation appeared on our news talk show Public Pulse show this week to provide an update on Sheridan projects.

Locals Included in Governors Board, Commission Nominations

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead has submitted his recommendations for several state boards and commissions. Among the nominees are several from the local area.

Film Depicts Campbell's Alzheimer's Journey

A film to be previewed tonight in Sheridan focuses on the journey of a legendary performer's battle with a deadly disease. Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

8 Foot Community Snow Man

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A group of individuals rallied together with children from the neighboring homes to build a towering 8 foot snow man with the snow from Yesterday's storm. The center piece of the snow man took five adults to hoist into place. Photo submission.

Braving the Cold at the Sheridan Ice Show

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Some more shots from the 6th Annual Sheridan Ice Show which featured performances by the Sheridan Ice Figure Skating Team.
All photos by Hannah Stepenoff.

Thursday 02-26-15

Public Health: This is Public Health, Dadrea Duca and Deb Haar / Food Group: Taco Fest, Amy Albrecht and Missy Hubert

For Darby: Local Starts Pledge to Stop Suicide Stigma

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A local woman and her daughter who have experienced the loss of two family members through suicide are hoping their mission saves others. Hannah Stepenoff has the story.

February 25th

4-A State swimming opens today / State Wrestling begins Friday / 2-A East regional hoops start today / Pokes and Cowgirls fall against Fresno state

BRONC WRESTLING - The Sheridan Bronc wrestlers open the Wyoming state wrestling championships tomorrow morning in Casper.

Broncs Head coach Tyson Shatto says Gillette leads a very good field of teams heading into the tournament.

And he says the Camels are a huge favorite to win the team title again and we asked Tyson if any team has chance to knock them off.

Mraz Trial Continues

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The jury trial continues today in Sheridan district court for 25-year-old Miranda Mraz of Sheridan who's been charged with seven counts of felony forgery.

Legislator Remains on Oxygen

Sheridan County legislator John Patton, of Sheridan, remained on oxygen in the intensive care unit of a Cheyenne hospital on Wednesday night.