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Sheridan County Museum Labor Day Open House

The Sheridan County Museum will be opening their doors to the public over the Labor Day Weekend.

Former State Representative Announces Candidacy for Governor

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Former Wyoming State Representative Mary Throne of Cheyenne, announced over the weekend that she would be running for Governor during next year’s election.

Portion of Battle Park Road to Close Temporarily

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Officials with the Bighorn National Forest have announced that Forest Service Road 24, the Battle Park Road, will be closed from September 5, until October 1.

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Last Fire Lookout Interpretive Walks This Weekend

An interpretive walk at the James T. Saban Fire Lookout west of Buffalo, the last of three scheduled this summer, will be offered this Saturday and the public is invited to attend.

A Look Back in Time: Aug. 29, 1917

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 Aug. 29, 1917.

Social Agencies Council Becoming More Visible

Sheridan County's Council of Social Agencies is now in its third year of reorganization and is becoming more publicly visible, more viable and is increasing membership.

Event Set This Weekend for Wounded Warriors

Twenty-two veterans, including eight from Sheridan County, will be treated to what Kent Sherwood calls the best weekend ever for wounded warriors.

YMCA Executive Director Transition Set to be Complete on Friday

The Sheridan County YMCA’s Executive Director Jay McGinnis, who has been in the role for well over two decades, will officially step down on Friday.

Commissioners Encourage Holiday Travelers to Fly Sheridan

Now that school is started, some families are starting to look ahead at their holiday travel plans.

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