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Online Auction Wrapping Up Soon

The sheridanmedia.com online auction will begin wrapping things up with a staggered closing Thursday. As usual, there is a plethora of items from local businesses that can be won at a portion of the regular cost.

Late Senator Wallop Lies in State at Wyoming Capitol

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - The late U.S. Sen. Malcolm Wallop is being honored at the Wyoming Capitol. An honor guard brought the body of the senator - a leading conservative voice during the Reagan era - to the Capitol on Tuesday afternoon.

VOA's Recovery Month Community Activities is Saturday

As a part of national recovery month, Volunteers of America Northern Rockies will host a celebration Saturday for those who have made accomplishments in their recovery programs.

Rollover at Rock Creek Claims Two Lives

Information on the accident that closed a section of Interstate 90 just north of Buffalo Saturday evening has been released by the Wyoming Highway Patrol.

Blood Drive Wednesday, Health Fair is Saturday

Health professionals from the area will offer various types of wellness information to the public for free this Saturday at the Sheridan County Health Fair.

Reservoir Fire Slows, May Pick Back Up Later this Week

Cooler temperatures and about a half-inch of rain have laid down the Reservoir Fire during the past week, but Big Horn National Forest officials say the fire may pick up again closer to this weekend.

Final State Redistricting Public Hearing Held in Sheridan

The Joint Corporations Elections and Political Subdivisions Interim Committee held their final redistricting public hearing for the state on Monday night in Sheridan, and Sheridan and Johnson County's Option "A" Improved plan was presented to the committee.

Sheridan Man Arrested After Car Chase with Police

A high-speed car chase ended in a 31-year-old Sheridan man's arrest after he crashed his car into a light pole on Bellevue and Loucks Streets while trying to elude police early Saturday morning.

19-year-old Sheridan College Student Dies in Climbing Fall

(Updated with memorial service information)- A 19-year-old Sheridan College student died from the results of her injuries sustained in an accidental rock climbing fall Sunday afternoon near the Red Grade Road, Bear Gulch trail area, according to information from the Sheridan County Sheriff's Office.

CDC Reminds of Development Screenings, Additional Programs

The Child Development Center Region 2 wants to remind parents that fall is a good time to take advantage of their developmental screenings.

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