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The Food Group, Inc. Receives Large Grant

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SHERIDAN -- The Food Group, Inc. in Sheridan has received a $21,353.37 grant made possible by the Rick & Rebecca Howell Donor Advised Fund and the Sheridan Area Opportunities Fund to continue to provide weekend food for children in Sheridan County who need it.

Wyoming Community Foundation Distributes Grants

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On April 19th, local board members of the Wyoming Community Foundation - Sheridan Johnson (WYCF-SJ) delivered grant checks to area non-profit organizations. Organizations receiving funds were: Sheridan Arts Council, Marion Daycare, VOA Homeless Shelter, Sheridan Country Fulmer Public Library, Sage Arts Center, Big Brothers, Big Sisters, and the Sheridan YMCA.

Five Year-Old Party at the Hospital

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The Sheridan Memorial Hospital held its 51st annual birthday party for all community five year-olds on Saturday morning. Stay tuned to the news. More to follow.

Sheep Creek Fire Backburn

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Photos of the backburn ignited to combat the Sheep Creek Fire in the Bighorn Mountains near Dayton. All photos by Spencer Porden.

Accents of Wyoming Ribbon Cutting, Grand Opening

Accents of Wyoming has been a downtown Sheridan landmark for many years, And the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce is proud to welcome new owners, Kent and DeAnne Carlson.

Spring at the Tongue River

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Spring at the Tongue River. Photos by Hannah Stepenoff.

'42nd Street' at WYO Theater

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Shots of "42nd Street" during Thursday nights performance. The show is directed by Marva Craft, with musical direction by Kathy McNickle.

Locals Give Life to Historical Figures

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The Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum hosted the annual Echoes of the Past Cemetery Tours last week at Willow Grove Cemetery in Buffalo. Locals performed the living history of those who died in the county. This past week a woman of the plains, a mountain man, three pioneers, and three Basque immigrants were portrayed.

World Champion Indian Relay Race Winners

The World Champion Indian Relay Race winners, the Lakota War Path team from Oglala, SD with their jockey Lawrence Harvey, in the Sheridan WYO Rodeo Jacket holding the winning belt buckle, pose following their Saturday evening victory over the second place Charles Strong team from Lodge Grass, MT.

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