A Look Back in Time: July 20, 1919

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 July 20, 1919.

Bear Activity in Sheridan County

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Wildlife managers with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department trapped and relocated a black bear on Wednesday after it broke into a coop and ate poultry eggs on a ranch in north central Sheridan County.

Over 1,000 Seek Wyoming Employment Help After Coal Mine Closures

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GILLETTE, Wyo. (AP) — Over 1,000 people have sought employment help from a Wyoming workforce services office since a coal company declared bankruptcy and two giant mines closed.

UW Research Shows Sagebrush Response to 2017 Eclipse

In 2017, the people of Wyoming and many visitors from around the world enjoyed prime seats for the rare total solar eclipse.

Fire Danger Increasing, No Restrictions Yet

A longer than usual rainy season and cloudy days have seemed to fend off the usual dry conditions that make fires more likely in Sheridan County.

UW Trustees Approve New Financial Aid for Wyoming Students

The University of Wyoming will offer more merit- and need-based aid to Wyoming students starting in the 2020-21 academic year, following action today (Thursday, July 18) by the UW Board of Trustees.

Sculpture Dedicated to Former Mayor Wilson

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In 1999, Sheridan Mayor Jim Wilson formed the Sheridan Public Arts Committee with the mission of promoting and selecting art for Grinnell Plaza and other areas of downtown and the City.

Settling in at Kendrick

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Kendrick Municipal Golf Course in Sheridan has a new superintendent who will work hand-in-hand with head Golf Professional Brian James at the course. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Official raises ethics concerns after truck loaned to mayor

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A Wyoming councilman has raised concerns about possible ethics laws violations after a dealership loaned a truck to a mayor.

Wyoming News Update

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OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — More bankers surveyed in parts of 10 Plains and Western states say President Donald Trump's trade skirmishes are having a negative effect on their local economies.

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