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A Look Back in Time: June 18, 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 June 18, 1917.

Runners From Around the World Join Big Horn Run

More than 320 runners started in this year's Big Horn Mountain Wild and Scenic Trail Runs, although Director Michelle Maneval said there were some dropouts along the way, and final figures weren't available Saturday morning when she was interviewed by Sheridan Media.

Welcome Home Event Held for Veterans

Sheridan County veterans were treated to a barbecue and hero's raffle and greeted by Wyoming's two U.S. senators at the Sheridan VA Health Care System during the annual Welcome Home event Saturday.

SEEDA Board Discusses Agreement With First Light

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In November of 2011, The Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority Joint Powers Board approved a lease and operating agreement with First Light Inc. as tenants of the former Hand-in-Hand Building on Brundage Street in Sheridan.

Public Meeting Set for Update on Goose Creek Watershed Level I Study

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A public meeting is set for Monday where an update will be provided on the Goose Creek Watershed Level I Study. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Tractor Pull a Feature of Fair This Year

Jamie Ringley, who's director at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds, said he's tried for years to get a tractor pull during the Sheridan County Fair.

County Commission Opens Bids, Approves Airport Land Lease

Johnson County's Commissioners opened sealed bids for a lease of county-owned lands at the airport, and approved the highest bid for the annual lease.

A Look Back in Time: June 17, 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 June 17, 1917.

Mead Speaks at Mining Association Convention

Wyoming is down in all mining areas except trona, according to Governor Matt Mead in a luncheon speech to Wyoming Mining Association members attending a convention in Sheridan this week.

Electronic Sign, Liquor Ordinances Up for Third and Final Reading

Sheridan’s new amendments to the Electronic Signage and Liquor ordinances are up for third and final reading at Monday’s Sheridan City Council Meeting. According to Mayor Roger Miller, the Liquor Ordinance has seen several changes over the readings.

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