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Game and Fish Taking Sign Ups For Hunter Education Instructor Academy

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Wyoming residents who’ve completed hunter education instructor certification in the last three years, or would like to become a hunter education instructor, are encouraged to sign up for the upcoming Hunter Education Instructor Academy, offered by the Wyoming Game and Fish Department.

Farmer’s Market

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In celebration of National Farmers Market, the Sheridan Farmers Market offered a variety of fun activities including a pie contest, an ugliest vegetable contest and a watermelon eating competition for the kids.

SAGE National Juried Art Show

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The Sagebrush Community Art Center held its 5th annual National Juried Art Show and Thursday an artists’ reception and awards ceremony was held.

Local oil painter Pat Trout explains the process of a juried show.

Sheridan Library Presents 'The Sagebrush Sea'

Sheridan's Fulmer Library will present a public showing of “The Sagebrush Sea,” a documentary on the sagebrush ecosystem and the animals, including the greater sage grouse, that the ecosystem supports.

New Ranchester Councilman Seated

Jeff Barron is the new town councilman in Ranchester. He was appointed to replace a vacancy created in June when then-Councilwoman Erin Carbert resigned.

Sheep Creek Fire Cost At Half-Million $$ Mark

Costs for fighting The Sheep Creek fire in the Bighorn Mountains west of Dayton have reached around half a million dollars, and will likely continue to rise each day that firefighters spend at the scene.

Tribal Officials Gratified FBI Monitoring Shooting Case

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Northern Arapaho officials say they're gratified the FBI is monitoring the state prosecution of a Riverton man charged with the shootings last month of two tribal members.

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A Look Back in Time: Aug. 7, 1915

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. 7, 1915.

Cave Fire Contained, Work Continues on Sheep Creek Fire

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The Cave Fire, which was started by lightning Wednesday night and reported Thursday morning, is now contained.

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