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October 25th

“Going Pro”: 2010 Christmas Stroll Design Winner

“Going Pro”: 2010 Christmas Stroll Design Winner

District Two Board Meets With Local Legislators

House District 30 Candidate John Botten, and Representative Mike Madden listen at the annual District Two School Board meeting with local legislators.

The Sheridan County School District Two Board of Trustees held their annual meeting with local legislators Monday night. Superintendent Craig Dougherty says the meeting is a good opportunity to touch base with the legislators.

GOP Party Bus Rolls Into Sheridan

The GOP Party Bus made a stop in Sheridan Monday.

The Wyoming GOP Party Bus began its statewide tour last Friday in Cheyenne, and Monday the Bus made a stop in downtown Sheridan at the local GOP headquarters. Wyoming Republican Party Chair Diana Vaughan says that the bus tour has been going well.

Historical Society's Monthly Dinner and Program is Thursday

Cynde Georgen will present this month's Sheridan County Historical Society program this Thursday.

The Sheridan County Historical Society's monthly dinner and program is this Thursday. The program will be presented by Cynde Georgen, and is titled In the Shadow of the Bighorns: A Whirlwind History of the Sheridan Area's Early Days and Pioneer Residents.

Sen Trial: Jury Selected

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A thirteen member jury – twelve jurors and one alternate – have been selected from the morning pool of jurors called for the State vs. Dharminder Sen.

October 24th

State Medical Board: Licensing Physicians

Friday and Saturday the Wyoming State Board of Medicine held their October meeting at the Sheridan Holiday Inn. Of the many agenda items they addressed, licensing issues took up the majority of the two days.

Cooper House has Ghostly History

WYOMING NEWS SERVICE, Laramie, WY - It's the week when wispy apparitions, supernatural events and creepy sounds take center stage for Halloween, and Wyoming is home to its own stock of ghost stories. The historic Cooper House at the University of Wyoming is one example of what many believe to be a real haunted house.

The Link: Another Successful Partnership in Pink

Whitney Commons was a blanket of pink Saturday at the 2nd Annual “The Link—Partnership in Pink” fundraiser sponsored by Memorial Hospital. 

There were over 650 registered participants in the fun run/walk event featuring a 10k run, a 5k run or walk and a 1.5 mile walk.

Poll Question: Rock Creek Wilderness

Last week we reported that members of the Wyoming Wilderness Association went before the Sheridan County Commissioners to tell them about their recent visit to Washington D.C. and the Wyoming Delegation, to garner their support for keeping the Rock Creek Wilderness Area designated as Wilderness forever.

District 2 Blood Draws This Week

For the past several years right before Halloween, Sheridan Memorial Hospital has conducted on-site blood draws for the employees of Sheridan County School District 2. Spokesperson Cecile Pattison explains why.

The employees pay for their own blood draw, which costs the same as if they were to have it done at the hospital.