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'Mary Poppins' Flies Through Weekend

Mary Poppins continues to fly across the Sheridan skies through the weekend. Sheridan Media's Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

Buffalo, Sheridan, Gillette in Line for State Grants

Two proposed projects for the town of Buffalo, one that includes Sheridan and Gillette, will be recommended for state funding next month.

Soup Dinner for Homeless Raises $17K

Organizers of last night’s “Empty Bowl” fundraiser for the local homeless shelter in Sheridan say the event was a great success -- more than $17,000 was raised.

Salaries of Lawmakers, Elected Officials to be Studied

An interim legislative committee will study compensation for legislators and statewide elected officials.

Food Bill Removes Government Interference

Legislation that was signed into law by Governor Matt Mead recently will open the doors for local food producers in the state. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

Game and Fish Seeks Information in Sheridan County Poaching Case

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The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is seeking information leading to the apprehension of those responsible for the illegal killing of three elk in Sheridan County.

Judge Orders Prison Time in Stalking Case

A district court judge sentenced a Sheridan man to up to 10 years in prison on stalking and burglary charges in Sheridan on Thursday morning.

Another Successful Fundraiser for the Homeless Shelter

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Hundreds turned out Thursday night for the 7th annual “Empty Bowl” fundraiser, all to support the local Sheridan Community Shelter. Twenty-one different soups and chilis were available for attendees to choose from with unlimited refills.

UW Students Share Global Studies Experiences

Three graduate students from the University of Wyoming shared their experiences as participants in the university's new Center for Global Studies in a program at Sheridan College on Thursday night.

Trial, Sentencing Dates are Pending

A sentencing hearing is set for one Sheridan resident, and trial date is pending for another following their appearance in separate cases before District Judge John Fenn on Thursday morning.

SheridanWyoming.com

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