Archive - Oct 25, 2017 - News

Outdoor Recreation Most-Recommended Use for Acme Site

Some of those who attended the August visioning session for the Acme power plant site. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Outdoor recreation topped the list of proposed uses for the old Acme power plant site that came out of a visioning session held in Sheridan in August.

PubliQuartet: “Monk at 100” Set for Saturday

Sheridan College’s Whitney Center for the Arts will host an event Saturday night entitled PubliQuartet: “Monk at 100”. Dr.

Kiplinger Names Wyoming as Number 1 on Most Tax Friendly States

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Kiplinger.com recently released their updated list for most and least tax friendly states.

Healthy Habits, Healthy Kids

Healthy Habits, Healthy Kids is an organization that is co-run by local Registered Dental Hygienists Janet Berry and Sherrie Hotchkiss.

Sheridan Woman Changes Plea in Felony Assault Case

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(Photo Ron Richter ©)

A change of plea hearing was held Tuesday in Fourth Judicial District Court in Sheridan for a woman charged with Aggravated Assault and Battery. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Order to Show Cause Hearing Continued

An Order to Show Cause Hearing was continued by Fourth Judicial District Court Judge John Fenn Tuesday, due to the defendant, Devon Shattuck, not having an attorney present at the hearing Tuesday morning in Court.

Sentencing Set for Woman Charged With Possession of Stolen Property

In March of this year, 45-year-old Tracy McDonnell was charged with Felony Wrongful Taking or Disposing of Property for being in possession of over $19,000 of merchandise that was stolen from Bob Ward’s, a sporting goods store in Bozeman, Montana.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.

SCHOOL ACCREDITATION PROCESS-WYOMING

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The Wyoming Department of Education announced this month that it will implement a state-led accreditation process beginning fall 2018.

Jentel Presents to be Nov. 7

Pictured from left, Sarah Brook, Austen Weymueller, Sarah Atlee, Skye Gilkerson, Kim Liao, John Bubar. (Courtesy photo)

An installation artist, mixed-media artist, quiltmaker, sculptor, nonfiction writer and fiction writer will be featured at next month's Jentel Presents.

Beavers Cause Problem on County Road

Beaver dams, apparently built this past summer, caused some flooding over Slack Road, a county road in the northwest part of Sheridan County.