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Downtown building gets two new signs, one for taco shop

The Cody Planning and Zoning Committee approved new signs for two main street businesses and an addition for a residential property at its Tuesday meeting.Lisa Beier of Wyoming Buffalo Company submitted an application for two new signs on the balcony of the business at 1270 Sheridan Avenue. One is f

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Sorensons open Birch in Sheridan

After high school graduation, Sorenson moved into a dishwashing job for a month at a sushi restaurant. The chef recognized his quick and efficient work ethic, as well as his disdain for the position, and asked him to move to the food preparation line.

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Letter: Sheridan and 16th light worked fine before

To the editor:Would someone please enlighten me as to who had the grand idea to fiddle with the light at 16th and Sheridan?I’m sure someone at WYDOT thought that by eliminating the dedicated left arrow at the beginning of the light cycle they were doing us a huge favor, but they were wrong.

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Flores climbs into outdoor scene

Public school educator,Bighorn Mountain Guides (owner), Foot of the Bighorns shoe salesman

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Aussie ultra runners settle in Sheridan

SHERIDAN — Australian couple Colin and Tarne Berry randomly chose the Bighorn Mountain Wild and Scenic Trail Run as the next ultramarathon in their line of races. They discovered the event online, booked plane tickets, rented an Airbnb, broke out a map and went on a search to find out exactly where

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City taking look at Cougar Avenue completion

Completion of Cougar Avenue from the intersection of Cody Middle School and Freedom Street east to Date Street is slowly making headway – at least on paper.Street development is expensive, and so for years the City of Cody has allowed a $175,000-$180,000 annual stipend from the Wyoming Transportatio

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Wildlife officials detect bat fungus

SHERIDAN (WNE) — Wyoming wildlife researchers discovered the first sign of white-nose syndrome in bats in the state in May at Fort Laramie National Historic Site in Goshen County. The potential for the fungus that precursors the disease to come to the Sheridan area poses a slight threat but has yet

GILLETTE NEWS RECORD

Dodgers take on Miles City, Sheridan to extend winning streak

The Dodgers continued their long, extended road game streak by traveling to Miles City on Wednesday, June 6 then following that series up by traveling to Sheridan, Wyoming on Sunday, May 10. They ventured to Miles City with a 13-5 record and left with a 15-5 record. This road trip also extended thei

LAUREL OUTLOOK

Cubs B team continues to roll with four wins in last five games

The Cody Legion B team finished 4-1 during a busy week to improve to 13-7 overall.“This group is a scrappy bunch and I really like how they are competing,” coach Beau White said.Cody 10, Billings 0

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Osborn ready to see youth make impact

Tech means you leverage the tools available to maximize the capabilities of your business. Tech is about scale, tech is about reach, tech is about making a larger impact with less human resources. It doesn’t matter if you are San Francisco or Sheridan, if you want to reach the masses you’re going to

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Software developer excited to see where internet goes

The tech world can be a big, intimidating place — how did you end up doing the work you’re doing?

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Ulvestad looks ahead to challenges at rec district

I know you’ve been involved in the running club, the Penrose Pacers. Are you doing the Bighorn Mountain Trail Run this summer?

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Question over salary increases highlights disagreements between mayor, council

SHERIDAN — Since his election in 2016, Mayor Roger Miller has pushed the city council to consider a pair of topics related to the role of mayor in the city’s government. The first is clarifying the duties and authorities of roles within the city government by composing a city government handbook, an

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New England artists living in Big Horn, relishing experiences

Post and Panarelli Miller will stay the entire month. Jacqueline Jones, David A. Lussier and art photographer Lou Zucchi arrived at the beginning of June and left Friday. Zufar Bikbov, Elizabeth Rhoades and Beverly Schirmeier arrived Friday night and will stay until the end of the month.

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A legacy of research: Museum opens new exhibit on golden eagles

The two golden eagles flew at each other with ferocity, doing aerial battle 300 feet above where Dr. Charles Preston stood in the Big Horn Basin.Preston was spellbound as the birds grappled with their talons, battling over territorial rights for nesting.Locked together in anger they plummeted to wit

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Troopers purchase new bus for road trips

SHERIDAN — Nearly every game day at Thorne-Rider Stadium, a bus with a crisp decal showing off its team’s colors sits just outside the ballpark. Whomever the Troopers host, one thing remains constant — the opposing team travels in style.

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Stars sweep Sheridan to kick off busy week

Tuesday night started what will be a busy week for Rapid City Post 320, with a doubleheader against Sheridan, Wyo., at Pete Lien field. There will be another doubleheader Thursday with the Billings Royals and the Black Hills Classic at Pete Lien Field beginning Friday and lasting through the weekend

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Clearmont Days are this weekend

The event will take place in Clearmont, about 70 miles north of Gillette on Highway 14-16. The activities begin at 5 p.m. Friday and continue through 10 p.m., and resume from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. Saturday and 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday.

GILLETTE NEWS RECORD

Polo season set to begin

Brotherton was hooked immediately. He hasn’t stopped for the past 18 years and, at 71 years old, is the oldest regular polo player at the Big Horn Equestrian Center.

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Powwow this weekend at the Center

Hundreds of dancers, drum groups and artists from Northern Plains tribes will compete for about $30,000 in prize money.

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