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November 13th, 2017

Lobban Avenue Project 'Substantially Complete'

In his report to the Buffalo City Council at their recent meeting, Project Engineer Brent Bennett declared the Lobban Avenue Reconstruction project “substantially complete.”

A Look Back in Time: Nov. 14, 1917

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Nov. 14, 1917.

Meeting Wyoming’s Birds of Prey

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Science Saturday had some very special guests all the way from Cody that had kids and parents alike, sitting on the edge of their seats.

This Week's Poll Quetion

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Wyoming legislators are considering a bill to add a one percent tax at hotels, restaurants, and bars and other leisure and hospitality establishments to bolster funds at the State Tourism Office which spends millions around the world promoting our tourist attractions.

Commissioners to Consider Vacating ROW

Sheridan County commissioners at some time need to consider vacating a 40-foot road right-of-way on the north end of Sheridan.

Final Two Directors Named

The names of the last two directors chosen in last week's fire district elections have been released.

Wendy's Rallies for Foster Care

Wendy's in Sheridan will host a community event Tuesday at the restaurant on Coffeen Avenue to raise awareness for National Adoption Month and fundraise for the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption.

Sheridan Couple Involved in Fatal Crash Near Casper

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The Wyoming Highway Patrol has released information regarding a fatal crash that occurred Sunday on Interstate 25 near Casper.

SC Jazz Orchestra Premiere Concert on Friday

On Friday, the Whitney Center for the Arts will unveil their brand new group the Sheridan College Jazz Orchestra. According to Sheridan College Director of Bands and Jazz Studies Dr.