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October 29th, 2014

A Look Back in Time: Oct. 30, 1914

County Clerk Floyd has been busy for the last four days packing election supplies, getting them ready to go out to the various polling places in Sheridan County.

Candidates Gosar, Wills, Discuss the Issues

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Democratic candidate for Wyoming Governor Pete Gosar, and Independent candidate Don Wills appeared as guest's on our news talk show Public Pulse Tuesday.

Museum Looks to Expand Cemetery Tours

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The Sheridan County Museum recently held tours of the Sheridan Municipal Cemetery. Museum Executive Director John Woodward said that the tours were so successful that they plan on offering them again next year and expanding on them as well.

Cash for Candy

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Sheridan Memorial Hospital has just the thing for getting rid of that leftover Halloween candy. Monday, from 3 to 6, the hospital's urgent care department will be giving “cash for candy” as people will receive $1 for every pound of candy brought in.

Kennon Products Supports Cancer Awareness

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Kennon Products employees supporting one of their own, and cancer awareness.

Mars Executives Tout Benefits of Hedging

Mars Inc. executives said farmers and ranchers should consider hedging as a way to protect their crop and livestock investments from volatile markets.

Votes Become Final Week after Election

In news coming in today from the Secretary of State's Office of Wyoming, we've learned that the results from Tuesday's General Election won't be certified until a week later, on Nov. 12.

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University of Wyoming / Spinfest 2014, Cathi Kindt and Caryn Moxey

Mock Trial Features One of Wyoming's Most Historic Events

A mock trial being staged at the university level features one of Wyoming's most historic events. News Director Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

October 28th

Kayla Woodward set to begin final season with the Cowgirls / State swimming, regional volleyball and playoff football and ready to go

WYOMING COWGIRL BASKETBALL - Former Sheridan Lady Bronc Kayla Woodward is about to start her senior season as the leader of the Wyoming Cowgirls basketball team.

The season opens November 17th at home against Western state, Woodward admits her time with the Cowgirls has gone very fast.

During the preseason she says her teammates are working hard to make this a great season.