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November 6th, 2017

Getting Ready for Next Year’s Market

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For those wanting to grow for next year’s many farmers markets, now is the time to prepare. Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott brings us the story.

Commissioners Lift County Fire Ban

Sheridan County commissioners have lifted the county fire ban that's been in effect since July. Open burning will be allowed effective immediately.

Election Day Tuesday for Fire Districts

Tuesday is election day for five of Sheridan County's six fire districts.

Black Tooth Presents Checks to Two Non-profits

Sheridan's Second Chance Cat Rescue and Rooted in Wyoming were beneficiaries Monday of Black Tooth Brewing Company's Community Pint Night held on Oct. 24.

First Sheridan College Symphony Band Concert on Thursday

The Sheridan College Jazz Bands held their opening concert for the semester last week and the college’s Symphony group will start their season Thursday. Dr.

Dr. Mary Neal Shares Her Story on Friday

On Friday, Dr. Mary Neal will be sharing the story of her near death experience at the First Presbyterian Church of Sheridan. Dr. Neal, who is a spinal surgeon in Jackson Hole, wrote a book about the experience.

November 5th

MONTANA STANDOFF

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BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Police in Montana say a man who barricaded himself inside a store that sells firearms and ammunition has been found dead after he was shot in a gunfight with officers.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.

COLD CASE-RAPES

JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — A convicted rapist has pleaded guilty to two counts of sexual assault that occurred more than 40 years ago in Wyoming.

Donald Pack Jr. changed his plea Friday in Jackson.

Buffalo Council To Open Bids On Sanitation Truck

Buffalo's City Council will have their first meeting of November on Tuesday, and the agenda shows they will get bid results on a sanitation truck.

County Continues Preparation For TW Road Project

Johnson County's TW Road reconstruction project is scheduled to begin in the spring of 2018, and the Road and Bridge Department is completing preparation for for the project.