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First Sheridan Farmers Market Opens for Season

The first Farmers Market for the season in Sheridan opens today on downtown’s Grinnell Plaza. Market Manager Bonnie Gregory said more than 50 vendors have signed up to be there.

Lummis Defeats Attempt to Strip Wyoming Wolf Fix

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U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis of Wyoming joined a bipartisan majority of her colleagues on Wednesday to vote down an amendment designed to strip gray wolf language from the Department of the Interior, Environment and Related Agencies Appropriations Act of 2016.

Mead’s Protest Reveals Sage Grouse Conflicts

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Only weeks after a Kumbaya moment with Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell in which he celebrated sweeping federal greater sage grouse conservation rules, Gov. Matt Mead has protested those same measures.

A Rodeo Friday Tradition

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The annual Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast on Grinnell Plaza in downtown Sheridan has become the first stop for many people getting ready to take in all of the festivities that are a part of Rodeo Friday. Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast Committee Chairman Dr.

Senator Enzi Hosts Roundtable Discussion on Healthcare

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U.S. Senator Mike Enzi from Wyoming hosted a roundtable discussion this week to discuss bipartisan solutions that would provide needed choice and flexibility for small businesses who’re struggling to provide health insurance for their employees.

“Dance With The Devil”

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Sheridan Stationery, in downtown Sheridan, hosted a book signing Wednesday, with first-time author JD March and the her first book in a new series, “The Devil’s Own.” March who is from England, described the book.

Life was Good in Monarch

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Bill Mentock was the featured speaker at this week’s Wyoming Wednesday, an hour-long program led by local experts talking about Wyoming’s history and culture. Held at the Information Center, he said that Mentock wasn’t the Polish name he was born with.

SAWS Approves Rate Increases

Customers of the Sheridan Area Water Supply system, which is also known as SAWS, will pay about 2 percent more for water service starting with the September billing.

The Pow Wow Tradition Continues

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Wednesday, the grounds of the Historic Sheridan Inn was filled with Native American dancers celebrating their Pow Wow traditions. Coordinator Truman Ropes Good said this was a prelude to the 2nd annual First People’s Pow Wow coming up on Friday.

Carnival Opens

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In addition to the Sheridan WYO Rodeo, the carnival opened up Wednesday night with all the sights, sounds, and smells of carnival time.

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