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July 14th, 2016

College Board Adopts 2016-17 Budget

Trustees for the Northern Wyoming Community College District will spend nearly $83.5 million in the year that started on July 1.

Off-Broadway Comedy 'Lucky Stiff' Comes to Sheridan

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Starting July 28 and continuing until July 31, Funny Face Productions will bring the uproarious off-Broadway production of Lucky Stiff to the Mars Theater at the WYO. Twenty-two local youth have been cast in this production directed by Emma Hall with music direction by Kathy McNickle.

FFA Members Dedicated to Helping Wyo Rodeo

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This week, John B. Kendrick FFA members can be seen working behind the chutes every morning during the slack performances. Several members volunteer to spend their time sorting, loading, and pushing livestock for ropers and steer wrestlers up each morning.

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July 13th

A Look Back in Time: July 14, 1916

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 July 14, 1916.

Dayton Mayor Admitted to Hospital

Dayton Mayor Norm Anderson has been admitted as a patient to Sheridan Memorial Hospital, but no other information is available at this time.

Carnival Comes to Town

With the Sheridan WYO Rodeo comes the thrills of the Carnival which opened Wednesday night. Hundreds of cars packed the areas in and around the Sheridan County Fairgrounds as the rides and cotton candy machines came to life.

Stagecoach, Wagon Show at Fairgrounds

Something new has been added to Sheridan-WYO Rodeo week this year.

Atkins Presents Program on Inn

Patti Atkins, author of the book, “Reflections of the Inn,” showed slides and talked about the history of the Sheridan Inn during a Wyoming Wednesday program Wednesday morning at the Information Center on East Fifth Street.

SAWS Adopts Rate Hike, Budget Wednesday

The Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board, also known as SAWS, has approved a rate increase of about two and one-quarter percent along with a budget of just over $2 million for the new fiscal year.