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July 26th

Dodson Says He Has Plan for Wyoming

Candidate Dave Dodson in one of the caps he's giving away along with copies of his plan for Wyoming. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Dave Dodson, who's running on the Republican ticket for the U.S. Senate, said he's got a plan for Wyoming.

A Look Back in Time: July 27, 1918

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 27, 1918.

Johnson County BOE Approves Continuance Request

Johnson County's Commissioners, acting as the County Board of Equalization, approved a continuance request brought before them by County Attorney Tucker Ruby.

Donation Helps Mentoring Program Wilderness Trip

Mark Wilson

An anonymous donation to the Johnson County Mentoring Program means that many area youth will be enjoying a wilderness trip this summer with a local outfitter.

Johnson County War Tour Coming In August

The Hoofprints of the Past Museum in Kaycee will be offering a Johnson County War Tour in August, and those interested should sign up sooner than later to ensure a spot on the limited-seat tour.

Judge Orders Mental Health Evaluation

District Court Judge John Fenn ordered a mental health evaluation Thursday to determine the competency of a defendant before she is arraigned on drug-related charges.

Trial Date Set for Gaffney

Jimmy Wayne Gaffney pleaded not guilty in District Court Thursday to one count of possession and two counts of delivery of controlled substances.

Judge Hears Plea Changes

District Court Judge John Fenn ordered pre-sentencng investigations for two individuals involved in separate incidents after they changed their pleas Thursday.

Library Celebrates Harry Potter’s Birthday

The culmination of a month of Harry Potter Themed events and activities at the Sheridan Fulmer Library will be a celebration of the fictional icons birthday.

UW Communications Director Discusses Slogan Controversy

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Earlier this month, several faculty members of the University of Wyoming expressed their concerns with the university’s new marketing campaign, in particular, the slogan, “The World Needs More Cowboys.”