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March 30th, 2015

State Offers Help to Quit Smoking

State health officials plan to offer free help to quit smoking over the next four to five months as the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention or CDC rolls out a new anti-smoking ad campaign.

High Winds Fuel Weekend Wildfires

Two wildfires raged within Sheridan County Saturday, fueled by warm temperatures and high winds of up to 60 miles per hour.

Blacksmiths Gather for Forge-In

Artists in metal met at a residence on Leopard Street for a special event this past weekend.

March 29th

8th Annual Jackalope Jump

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It takes a brave heart to jump into a pool of cold water. This year’s Jackalope Jump was held at the Sheridan Junior High School with a dozen or so jumpers. It’s all for a good cause, helping send some special athletes to Special Olympics.

Wyoming Women’s Business Networking Expo

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A group of women business owners gathered together showcasing their businesses during the Wyoming Women’s Business Networking Expo held in the Exhibit Hall of the Sheridan County Fairgrounds.

Disability Awareness Walk

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Warm summer-like weather brought over 100 walkers out to participate in the Disability Awareness Walk around Sheridan’s Junior High track.

Senior Center Changes to Meet Needs

Wyoming is the grayest state in the nation, and Sheridan is the grayest county in the state.

Women's Organization Holds First Expo

Members of the Wyoming Business Women's Networking Group in Sheridan held their first expo this weekend at the Exhibit Hall on the Sheridan County Fairgrounds.

A Petting Zoo for Instruments

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The library is supposed to be a quiet place for patrons; not so at Sheridan’s Fulmer Library on Saturday. Close to 75 children and adults got to handle, play and hear a wide variety of different musical instruments.

This Week’s Poll Question

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Participating in school sports events takes time and money, lots of time and lots of money, both needed to succeed.