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Big Horn Student Participates in Children's Congress

A 15-year-old Big Horn student will be in Washington, D.C., next week representing Wyoming in this year's Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation's Children's Congress.

District 1 Trustees Hear Report on Weapons Law

School districts don't have to act under a new state law that would allow school employees to carry weapons, but at least one trustee with Sheridan County School District 1 feels the board needs to take action one way or another.

A Look Back in Time: July 22, 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 July 22, 1917.

Fox Resigns Position As Buffalo Chamber CEO

Angela Fox, who has been the CEO/Director of the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce for a number of years, has officially resigned and is no longer in that position.

Ramaco Receives Research Grant from DOE

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Ramaco Carbon, LLC, has announced that it has been selected to participate in an estimated $7 million grant by the U.S. Department of Energy, along with select research and strategic partners.

The Many Hats of Sheridan County

The Sheridan County Museum will host their TotSpot program on Tuesday for kids up to age 4. Museum Director John Woodward said the program is entitled “The Many Hats of Sheridan County”.

Stolen Vehicle Crashes Into Sheridan Home on Smith Street

At around 7:05pm on Thursday, the Sheridan Police Department responded to a report that a vehicle had crashed into a residence in Sheridan. According to Lt. Tom Ringley, the vehicle involved was stolen.

Sheridan PD Phones Up and Operational

A disturbance interrupted many phone and internet services for people in Northeast Wyoming Thursday after a fiber optics cable was damaged.

City Still Mulling Fluoride Options

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Earlier this month the Sheridan City Council held a work session where the idea was discussed of having voters take to the polls to decide whether or not they want to the City to keep fluoridating the public water supply.

Mead Talks Possible Revenue Sources

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State lawmakers continue to grapple with the projected shortfall in education funding that Wyoming faces in the coming years. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

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