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Pet-O-Ween

A number of Halloween costumes were eaten, torn or chewed up this weekend. Of course, that is because the 10th Annual “Pet-o-Ween” contest was this Saturday in Sheridan's Kendrick Park.

Governor “Dave” Knows Government and Popcorn Balls

If you find your trick or treating trail leading to Cheyenne, you should make a stop by the Governor's Mansion.

Flu After Swine Flu

In recent years, flu season has been complicated by things like the “swine flu,” which caused vaccine shortages as well as a-typical flu patterns.

Wyoming's Job Growth Continues

Wyoming's employment situation continues to improve, as state-wide job growth rates and unemployment drops are just slightly faster than the national average.

More Details on Soldier's Death

Sgt. First Class Phillip C. Tanner (photo from Billings Gazette)

The Billings Gazette reports that a Sheridan, Wyoming soldier who died Tuesday in Kuwait was on his way home for a break when he collapsed

Mike Massie on Campaign Differeences

With only four days left to go until the midterm elections on November 2nd, many campaigns around the nation and state are getting even more intense as we approach the 11th hour

SAWS System Flushing Starts Next Week

Starting on Monday, the City of Sheridan will be conducting flushing and flow tests on hydrants throughout the SAWS system.

Sheridan Soldier Dies in Kuwait

FORT CAMPBELL, Kentucky - Sgt. First Class Phillip C. Tanner of Sheridan died Tuesday, October 26th at Ali Al Salem, Kuwait, of injuries sustained in a non-combat incident.

Questions Over Hill's Resignation

(AP) Cindy Hill, the Republican candidate for state
superintendent of public instruction resigned as an assistant

Freudenthal on Wolves and Heath Care

At his regularly-scheduled news conference Wednesday, Governor Dave Freudenthal discussed health care issues and wolf management in Wyoming.
 

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