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March 28th

Gillette Oil Company Owner Burned in Explosion

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The owner of an oil company is being treated for burns over 55 percent of his body after a fire at an oil treater plant in Gillette.

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A Look Back in Time: March 29, 1916

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 March 29, 1916.

County Commissioners Start First Round of Budget Meetings

Sheridan County commissioners started their first round of budget meetings Monday with department heads, beginning with Scott Hininger, who's the University of Wyoming extension educator for Sheridan County.

State GOP Delegation May Have Up-Down Vote on Donald Trump

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Have you ever seen anything like the current political race for president of the United States?

UPDATE: Cafe Fire Remains Under Investigation

No one was injured over the weekend in a fire that broke out at a cafe in downtown Sheridan, and the incident remains under investigation.

Inmate, Formerly of Sheridan, Dies in Prison

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An inmate of the state’s medium security prison in Torrington, formerly of Sheridan, has died.

March 27th

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St. Francis Animal Shelter Fundraiser Nets Over $300

The annual St. Francis Animal Shelter Bake Sale Fundraiser was this past weekend, and was a success, based on the nearly $350 they raised to help with expenses at the no-kill shelter in Buffalo.

Hundreds Turn Out For Buffalo's Easter Egg Hunt

Hundreds of kids and their parents showed up for this year's Buffalo Easter Egg Hunt Saturday at Washington Park, to give kids 10 and under the opportunity to grab some goodies and a chance to win some great prizes.