Earlier this year, the Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board elected to shift the SAWS administrative duties over to the County Public Works Department. That transition has included the addition of a position that will oversee day-to-day administrative duties of the SAWS system.
Natasha A. Sharp is a 29-year-old Sheridan resident who was diagnosed with Polycistic Kidney Disease in 2003. The disease is hereditary and there is no cure. On April 29th, she will be undergoing a special surgery in Denver, as she tells us.
This year's Jefferson Award winner has been announced, and it is Alta June Pool of Sheridan. Pool was recognized for her over two decades of volunteering for the AARP and a lifelong commitment to volunteering in general. Alta June says she's excited to have received the honor, but still is experiencing some disbelief over the whole thing.
GILLETTE, Wyo. (AP) - A Wyoming Highway Patrol trooper has been ordered to serve four to seven years in prison after being convicted of exposing himself to a 5-year-old girl. A jury convicted Jay Gruwell in December of third-degree sexual abuse of a minor. He had faced up to 15 years in prison. Gruwell had been free on bail until his sentencing Wednesday.
A potentially deadly disease is on the rise in Sheridan County. Sheridan Media's Betsy Love brings you the first in a two part series.
Fewer than three confirmed rabies cases have been found in in both domestic and wild animals each year in Sheridan County since 2001. That is, until last year. Katie Hiller with Sheridan County Public Health:
Tonight Shakespeare fans will be treated to the first of four performances of his classic comedy, A Midsummer Night's Dream – Abridged. Produced by the Sheridan College No Frills Theatre Company, Gene Sager, who co-directs the play with his wife, Lillian, explains the “abridged” part.