Archive - Mar 1, 2016 - News

This Month’s Jentel Presents

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More than once Tuesday night at Jentel Presents, the word ‘fascinating’ was used to describe the four visual and two writers participating in the Jentel Artists Residency Program.

A Few Words About Mike Sullivan and a Different Time in Wyoming

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It was September 1990, and then-Wyoming Gov. Mike Sullivan’s Irish temper was hot.

SHS Students Bring ‘Seven Brides’ to Stage

One of the local high schools is bringing a classic musical to life this week. Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

Commission Considers Alteration to Park, Skinner Streets

The Sheridan County Commission meets this morning for a regular monthly meeting at 9 at the courthouse in Sheridan.

Governor Signs Asset Forfeiture Bill into Law

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead signed legislation into law Monday that aims to safeguard citizens against unnecessary asset seizures while ensuring law enforcement officers have the tools and resources they need to pursue criminal cases and keep Wyoming citizens safe.

Sheridan Man Charged With Two Felonies Over Domestic Dispute

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A $25,000 cash bond was set Monday by Sheridan County Circuit Court Judge Shelley Cundiff for 33-year-old Sheridan resident Justin Andrews, who’s charged with felonious restraint and unlawful entry into an occupied structure.

Bond Set for Downtown Burglar

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Sheridan resident Joshua Campbell made his initial appearance in Sheridan County Circuit Court Monday afternoon. Circuit Court Judge Shelley Cundiff set bond at $10,000 cash.

Sheridan Police Report Problems With Calls

A fiber-line outage across Wyoming as far south as Cheyenne created problems for Sheridan's Police Department Monday morning.

Sheridan College to Host FFA Border Wars

Future Farmers of America high school students from Wyoming, Montana and South Dakota will be at Sheridan College in Sheridan today competing in the 14th annual Border Wars event starting at 9.

District 2 Teachers are Models for State

Teachers with Sheridan County School District 2 are models for the rest of the state, and for the country.