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March 4th, 2015

I-25 is Now the “Vietnam Veterans Welcome Home Highway”

A bill that would designate I-25 from Buffalo to the Colorado border, the “Vietnam Veterans Welcome Home Highway” has made it through both the House and Senate and has been signed by Gov. Matt Mead.

Empower to Host Self-Defense Training in Buffalo

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Empower Wyoming will be offering another opportunity for women in the area to learn self-defense. The workshop is scheduled for Monday from 6 until 9 in the evening at the Cowboy Carousel Center, located on N. Lobban Avenue in Buffalo.

Kicking Off Kitten Season With a Shower

A local animal shelter will be holding an event to help prepare for kitten season. Hannah Stepenoff has the story.

Beaver Creek Slide & Slog to Benefit Homeless Shelter

The organizer of the annual Beaver Creek Slide and Beaver Creek Bike Slog have announced that proceeds from this year's events will benefit the Sheridan Community Homeless Shelter.

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HOSPITAL FUNDING

House keeps hospital funding bill at $1 million

A Look Back in Time: March 5, 1915

Sheridan's fire department was called to the residence of Victor H. Bales on North Custer Street about 11 o'clock last night.

Adventurer Shares Deep Cave Experience

An adventurer from Wyoming who has climbed Mount Everest and been to the jungles of Africa will share one of his latest experiences going deep into a cave through a program coming up next week in Sheridan.

Shepherd Lost in Ohio Hitches Ride Home to Wyoming

A dog who went missing in Ohio ends up hitching a ride home to Wyoming. Sheridan Media’s Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

Patton Still Hospitalized

Sheridan County Rep. John Patton remains hospitalized in Cheyenne, battling an inflammation in his lungs.

Purchase of Paintings Finalized

Papers were signed, and a check for just over $3.2 million presented to Sheridan County School District 2 trustees on Wednesday morning as Whitney Benefits trustees finalized their purchase of 10 paintings by western artist Bill Gollings.