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July 5th, 2015

New Legislator Discusses Committees, Learning Curve

Mark Kinner took the oath of office a little over a month ago in Cheyenne to become Sheridan County's newest representative in the Wyoming Legislature.

Mosquito Control Work Gets Under Way

Efforts are under way to control an annual pest in Sheridan. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair has the story.

Sagebrush Hosts Plein Air Workshop

The Sagebrush Art Center will host a plein air workshop next month in conjunction with the SAGE artists' guild's fifth annual National Juried Art Exhibition in Sheridan.

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Bluegrass Camp For Kids Kicks Off Big Horn Mountain Festival

This weekend, July 10th, 11th, and 12th is the 11th Annual Big Horn Mountain Festival in Buffalo, but the week will begin with the Bluegrass Camp For Kids, which will run from July 7th through the 10th and culminate in a performance at the festival.

WYDOT Discusses Fuel Taxes With County Commissioners

Representatives from the Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) updated the Johnson County Commissioners at their last regular meeting, covering numerous subjects including fuel taxes, how they are collected and where the funds are distributed.

Latest Information On Cowboy Tough Race

Rev 3 Adventures will present the Cameco Cowboy Tough Adventure Race later this month that will begin in Buffalo and finish in Casper.

A Look Back in Time: July 6, 1915

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 6, 1915.

A Traditional 4th at the Equestrian Center

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Following the steady stream of cars heading south of Sheridan and they ended up at the Big Horn Equestrian Center near Big Horn for the annual largest fireworks extravaganza in northern Wyoming.

Returning the Spark to Ranchester Fireworks

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The 4th of July celebration was focused around community in Ranchester on Saturday. Mayor Peter Clark says it’s time to bring back a tradition.