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February 18th, 2015

Patton Hospitalized, Reportedly Recovering

Sheridan County's Rep. John Patton was rushed to a hospital in Cheyenne early Tuesday morning because of a blocked artery, but he was reported to be recovering on Wednesday morning.

Lawmakers Prep ‘A Budget Like You’ve Never Seen Before’

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Wyoming lawmakers plan to use leftover funds and reach into short-term savings to cover a six percent deficit for the 2016 budget. They will rely on projected investment earnings to pay for special projects for the next two years. All of that money comes from state sources.

Sheridan Dartball Association results

1. A+ PLUMBERS 36 - 6
2. CATERING BY R/P 32 - 10
3. BUSCH BOYS 31 -11
4. JS MACHINE 30 -12
5. BUDWEISER 30 - 12
6. EAGLES 186 29 - 13
7. MICHELOB 29 - 13
8. BASE CAMP 23 - 19
9. HOLIDAY STORES 22 - 20

SC Splits with Gillette / Cowboys win at Nevada / Cowgirls host the Wolfpack tonight

GENERALS / LADY GENERALS BASKETBALL - The Sheridan college basketball teams split games with Gillette Tuesday night, the Lady Generals won the Generals fell in a tight game.

The Lady Generals have won nine of their last ten games, Head coach Frank McCarthy says they had to play well to get the win last night.

They have two games to play with one conference game at Miles City and a chance to wrap up a #2 seed going into their region nine tournament.

Homeless Shelter Needs Bowls for Fundraiser

The Volunteers of America Northern Rockies organization will hold its annual “Empty Bowl” fundraiser next month in Sheridan, but need the community’s help. Organizers say they need bowls.

Sheridan Man Arraigned on Two Felonies

An arraignment for a 40-year-old Sheridan man charged with two felonies was held Tuesday in Fourth Judicial District Court in Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Sheridan Woman Receives Probation for Drug Charge

25-year-old Casey Van Haele of Sheridan was sentenced to 2 to 4 years in prison, suspended, in lieu of 3 years supervised probation. During sentencing, District Court Judge John Fenn said to Van Haele that “you’re getting a break, and you probably won’t be getting one again”.

February 18th

Science Standards, Food Sale Bills Move Forward

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By the end of the day Tuesday, which marked the 24th day of the 2015 general session of the Wyoming Legislature, the science standards and food sale bills were still moving forward.

Recovery Effort For Missing Child Resumes

The recovery effort for the body of a 4-year-old girl who went missing more than a week ago in the Powder River near Buffalo after falling through the ice will resume on Saturday.

Letter Reveals Concerns, Fears in District 1

A letter to Sheridan County School District 1 trustees reveals concerns and fears among many of the district's faculty.