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September 18th, 2015

Sheridan College COMBAT Color Fun Run

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The Sheridan College Veteran’s Club will host the 4th annual COMBAT Color Fun Run at Sheridan College on Sunday, October 4th at 1 o’clock. The event is a 3 mile fun run or a 1.25 mile walk designed to combine a game of color tag with fitness.

September 17th

Two Sentenced in District Court

Two Sheridan residents were sentenced in separate cases in district court in Sheridan Thursday morning.

Cattle Tour, Restoration Project Win Awards

Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair has details on other awards presented by the Wyoming State Historical Society last weekend in Pinedale.

Ag Day Benefits Student Groups

The University of Wyoming's 33rd annual Ag Day Barbecue, which benefits College of Agriculture and Natural Resources student organizations, will be held on Sept. 26 during Ag Appreciation Weekend at the university in Laramie.

Final 3rd Thursday has Come and Gone

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The season ending 3rd Thursday Street Festival was held last evening. Always something for everyone, Beth Holsinger, Executive Director gave a run-down of attractions for the night.

Hospital CEO Shares Mission, Vision

Sheridan Memorial Hospital's vision is to lead in supporting and providing “excellent” health care, CEO Mike McCafferty told those who attended a presentation at the hospital this week.

Chef Throw Down Features Chicken

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This week’s Farmers Market featured the 2nd annual Chef Throw Down and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there and brings us the story.

Wyoming News

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment

Buffalo Celebrates Oktoberfest This Weekend

Buffalo's Sixth Annual Oktoberfest celebration will be this Saturday, featuring food, live music, playhouses for the kids, and of course, beer.

Boundary Adjustments Approved By Commissioners

Johnson County's Commissioners reviewed an Affidavit Of Boundary Adjustment for portions of Rock Creek Road and Canal Road, as presented to them at their last regular meeting by County Planner Jim Waller.