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April 28th, 2015

Recreation District Preps Pool for Summer

A favorite hangout for Sheridan's youth during the summer is being prepped for opening day. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair has the story.

Preliminary Plat for Cloud Peak Ranch Nineteenth Filing Approved

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The City of Sheridan Planning Commission Monday night approved the preliminary plat for the Cloud Peak Ranch Nineteenth Filing subdivision, which consists of dividing 4.6 acres into three commercial lots zoned B-1.

Friend of Sheridan's Everest Climber Wants Rescue from Nepal

A friend of Sheridan’s Everest climber who survived the earthquake caused avalanche in Nepal is hoping to arrange a rescue. News Director Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

Three Winning Lottery Tickets Purchased in Local Area

Twenty-five players have won $1,000 each in the most recent WyoLotto drawing held Thursday, including three from the local area, setting a record for the number of large winners per drawing in the history of the state's lottery.

Promoting Your Favorite Place: Maybe It Is Better Than Mars?

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Wyoming is such a special place. At least it certainly is to me.

Yet I often get into an argument with various folks when I put our “low-population, high-empty space place” on a pedestal. This happened two weeks ago when my column talked about Wyoming exceptionalism, through our Universal Truths and Fundamental Values.

Sheridan Climber Begins Trek Down Everest

Climber Darren Rogers of Sheridan who survived Saturday's earthquake-launched avalanche on Mount Everest in Nepal has been airlifted off the mountain top, as we reported earlier, but he still has a long way to go.

Perkins Foundation Grant Supports Camp POSTCARD

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The B.H. and Rose Perkins Foundation of Sheridan announced a $10,000 donation Monday supporting scholarships for Sheridan County youth who attend the Volunteers of America Camp POSTCARD.

Beaver Trapping Begins at Kleenburn Recreation Area

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The Wyoming Game and Fish Department, in cooperation with Sheridan County, has begun live beaver trapping in the Kleenburn Recreation Area north of Sheridan.

Life Flight Open House Set

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Sheridan Memorial Hospital will host an open house on May 16 to celebrate the addition of onsite air ambulance services at the hospital.

April 27th

School Districts, College Explore Collaborative High School

Sheridan County's three school districts and Johnson County's one have joined with Sheridan College to explore the potential for an alternative high school that would be built on the college campus on Coffeen Street in Sheridan.