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May 26th, 2015

Governor Disappointed in EPA Rule

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead said he’s disappointed in the EPA administrator’s decision to sign the Waters of the United States Rule.

Emergency Blood Drive Continues

The United Blood Services organization that supplies blood to local hospitals is in desperate need of blood.

May 26th

Two Arrested for Armed Robbery

Two Sheridan men were arrested Saturday night for armed robbery at a residence on West Burkitt Street in Sheridan.

Rain Didn't Dampen Spirits of Rodeo Riders

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High school riders from across the state competed in the Sheridan High School Rodeo event over the holiday weekend leaving the arena at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds in Sheridan covered in several inches of mud. But that didn’t dampen the spirits of the rodeo athletes. Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott swung by to bring us the report.

SEEDA Approves Budget

The Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority Joint Powers Board, which is also known as SEEDA, will spend just over $119,000 next year on measures aimed at boosting Sheridan's economic growth.

Uganda Kids Choir Performs Tonight in Sheridan

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Set on a mission of sharing the power of God’s love by bringing a message of hope through music and dance, the Uganda Kids Choir plans to delight their audience through their high-energy performances and infectious joy.

Sheridan Hosts State Cattle Industry Convention

Speakers including Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead, state Treasurer Mark Gordon and U.S Congresswoman Cynthia Lummis are expected in Sheridan next month for the 2015 Wyoming Cattle Industry Convention and Trade Show.

No Injuries Reported in Johnson County Flash Flooding

No injuries have been reported due to the flash flooding in Johnson County over the Memorial Day weekend, even though the rain caused record flooding of the Powder River.

History Records Loucks As Man of Many Firsts

Sheridan Media's summer publication, Sheridan Chronicles, is now available. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair is sharing some of the stories included between its pages.

UPDATE: Flood Warning Lifted From Sheridan Area

A flood warning for the city of Sheridan and surrounding area was lifted Tuesday afternoon, but the warning remains for southeastern Sheridan County, including Arvada, according to Dave Coleman.