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August 6th, 2014

Festival Includes Paint-throwing Race

A community festival planned for the weekend includes a paint-throwing race. Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

Mulholland Challenges Patton for House Seat

A local businessman is challenging a long-time legislator for a seat in the state legislature that represents Sheridan. Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

Two Agencies, One Goal

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Troopers from Wyoming and South Dakota met Tuesday at the Wyoming/South Dakota state line for an informal get together and lunch.

A ‘Come Home to Wyoming’ Campaign Might Fill Critical Jobs

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Way back in December 1999 I wrote a column, which detailed the achilles heel of Wyoming's economic expansion - the lack of qualified workers who live here.

Wednesday 08-06-14

Sheridan Police Chief / NSI Fall Festival, Gary Flohr

DSA Names New Director

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Two weeks ago Sheridan Media reported that Downtown Sheridan Association Executive Director Stacie Coe had resigned from the position, and the Board of Trustees for the DSA were in the process of finding a new director.

Grant Pays for Animal Shelter Work Day

A community work day has been planned for the animal shelter in Sheridan.

'Jentel Presents' Artists

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The current artists in residency at Jentel, four visual and two writers, talked about their work and their process Tuesday evening in the Sagebrush Community Art Center.

August 5th

Bronc football heads into the Big Horns / Rams open mini camp / Rockies fall at home / Broncos open exhibition schedule tomorrow

BRONC FOOTBALL - Bronc football opens two a days Monday the rest of our fall sports begin on the 18th and another reminder today about sports physicals for all athletes, that's SHS AD Don Julian.

Tomorrow bronc football seniors and coaches will be in the Big Horn's for their annual one night mountain camp, Julian says it's the kickoff to the new season.

Voters Turn Out for Forum

The first night of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce candidate forums drew a crowd Tuesday night, as the Whitney Presentation Hall at Sheridan College was near capacity with people interested to hear the candidates for state and federal positions.