Archive - Nov 3, 2016

Sheridan PD’s Rebuild Will Have New Forensic Interview Room For Kids

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The Sheridan Police Department, which is currently undergoing renovations, is taking steps to make it easier to interview children by adding a new Forensic Interview Room. Police Chief Rich Adriaens explains.

Dog and Cat Shelter Closed Until Monday

Sheridan’s Dog and Cat Shelter is temporarily closed so they can replace their flooring. According to Debi Crawford, the shelter’s Executive Director.

Over 40 Liquor Licenses Up for Renewal at City Council Meeting

There are only a few items on the agenda for Monday’s Sheridan City Council meeting. According to Mayor John Heath, there is no new business to discuss so they will move right into a public hearing on renewals of over 40 liquor licenses.

Thursday 11-03-16

Mayoral Candidates Rodger Miller and Alex Lee

Carol J. Hohbach

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Carol J. Hohbach, 78, of Sheridan, passed away on Wednesday, November 2, 2016, at the Sheridan Manor. She was born on July 7, 1938, to parents George Jr. and Hermina S. (Wiselka) Belus in Sheridan, WY. She married Gordon Hohbach by Reverend Obermueller on March 26, 1961, at the Immanuel Lutheran Church.

Commissioners Receive ‘County Snapshot’

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Wyoming County Commissioners Association Executive Director Pete Obermueller provided a “County Snapshot” to the Sheridan County Commissioners at their meeting Tuesday.

House District 29 Candidates

Candidates vying for the State House District 29 seat discussed a number of issues on our news talk show Public Pulse Wednesday that ranged from tapping into the State’s “rainy day” fund to medicaid expansion.

Fortification Creek Monitoring Meeting Scheduled

The Bureau of Land Management Buffalo Field Office will host a Fortification Creek Planning Area Monitoring meeting on November 9 at 9 am at the BLM Buffalo Field Office.

Wyoming News Update

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Here is the latest Wyoming news from The Associated Press

Conservation District Awaits EA on Power Plant

As Sheridan Media reported earlier, the Sheridan County Conservation District has taken the first step toward acquiring the site of the former Acme Power Plant.