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Wyoming Women's Antelope Hunt Recognizes Achievements

Sixteen women who harvested their pronghorn antelope with only one shot during the two-day Wyoming Women's Antelope Hunt earlier this month received the Annie Oakley Award for this year's event at the Ranch at Ucross.

Global Energy Markets Focus of Presentation Monday

Changing global energy markets, U.S. Foreign policy and Wyoming's position as an energy leader will be the focus of a presentation Monday at Sheridan College.

Sign Auction Nets $33,000-Plus

Wyoming's Department of Transportation netted just over $33,000 from a recent auction of five decommissioned Welcome to Wyoming signs.

Wyoming Joins Epipen Settlement

The state of Wyoming has joined the United States, the District of Columbia and all 49 other states in a $465 million settlement with Mylan Inc. and its wholly-owned subsidiary, Mylan Specialty L.P., which is also known as Mylan.

Wyoming Residents Protest SHARE Act, Gun Violence

A group of 10 Wyoming residents protesting the SHARE Act were escorted out of the Radisson Hotel in Cheyenne Friday where Congresswoman Liz Cheney was speaking at a Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce luncheon.

Over $1,500 Raised for Christmas Wish

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The 5th annual “Old Man G” Performance Motorcycle Poker Run raised $1,520 for Sheridan Media’s Christmas Wish program.

Bullard's Story Comes to WYO

The story of Eugene Bullard, the first African-American combat pilot and adventurer, will be presented in the play “Wings of Courage” at Sheridan's WYO Theater starting at 4 p.m. Sunday.

Motorized Access Extended on Two Forest Service Roads

The Forest Service, working with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, has temporarily extended motorized access on Forest Service Roads 203 and 213 and Forest Service Trail 800.

Grand Home Tour Scheduled This Month

Three Sheridan homes designed by architect Glenn Charles McAlister, who also designed the Sheridan County Courthouse, will be featured in a Grand Home Tour set for Oct. 21.

High School Seniors Encouraged to Apply for Daniels Fund Scholarships

The application period is open through Nov. 30 for high school seniors to seek scholarships from the Daniels Scholarship Program.

WYO Rodeo Whisky Wins Award

WYO Rodeo Whisky has received the Silver Medal in the 2017 Whiskies of the World Awards announced during the recent Whiskies of the World Expo.

UW Lecture Series Starts Saturday

Saturday U, a half-day of college lectures and discussions, starts Saturday morning in Sheridan College's Whitney Academic Center.

Riddles Jewelry Celebrates New Location with Ribbon-Cutting

Riddle's Jewelry celbrated the grand opening at the store's new location at 145 N. Main St. with a ribbon-cutting last week by the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce's Ambassadors.

Wyoming to Host Beef Symposium in November

One of the premiere production beef cattle symposiums in the country has been set for Nov. 28-30 in Wyoming.

Library Hosts Ambassador

Ambassador Jeanine Jackson, a Sheridan native, and her husband, Mark, will present a program on their military and Foreign Service careers at 6 p.m. Wednesday in the Inner Circle of Sheridan Fulmer Public Library.

Doug Andrews in Concert at Carriage House

Doug Andrews, who divides his time between living in Sheridan and Austria, will appear in concert Thursday at the Carriage House Theater in Sheridan.

Thompson Sworn in As Sheriff

This morning, Lieutenant Alan Thompson was sworn in as the new Sheridan County Sheriff. Thompson was chosen by the Sheridan County Commissioners to replace then Sheriff Hofmeier who announced his retirement effective the end of June.

Fairy Garden Focus of Landon's Workshop

Jessica Bohnsack will lead a class in designing and planting a fairy garden at a workshop Saturday at Landon's Greenhouse.

Back Country PT Has Ribbon-Cutting

Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors held a ribbon-cutting to celebrate Back Country Physical Therapy's new location at 25 E. Alger across from the movie theater.

Art Gallery Exhibit Starts June 2

An exhibit of art by local graphite artist Polly Burge will open next week at Expressions Art Gallery & Framing, which is at 645 Broadway in Sheridan.