May 26th, 2015

Incidents, Citations Up From Last Year in Johnson County

Sheriff Steve Kozisek.

Citations and Incidents reported by the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office have increased since last year. Hannah Stepenoff has the details.

A Look Back in Time: May 27, 1915

A runaway horse completely demolished a rig delivering milk and cream in Sheridan this morning.

Broncs prepare for team football Camp / State soccer this week / Troopers and Jets have more baseball coming up.

BRONC FOOTBALL - Sheridan high school football coach Don Julian says the coaches will have the Broncs on the field next week preparing for their upcoming team camp in Chadron, Nebraska.

Julian says the team camp is about a lot of different facets of the game including building team leadership for the incoming senior class.

Flooding Around Town

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Flooding near Black Mountain Forge in Sheridan. Photo submission.

Key Chain

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Keys chain blue stretch wrist band. ..children's pictures attached. ...could have dropped near Frackelton or the theater. ... Please call 1-307-797-1750

2000 Dollars

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Black sunglasses bag "maxam" sunglasses bag contain in 1500 to 2000 dollars....about a month ago was could've been kicked out of my car...could've been near downer addition where I live....could've been near rails or at a gas station on my way home....I didn't know this website existed....I had called the sheriff's station and left a message with no return....but when I saw this I fig

Update on the Flooding in Johnson County Over Weekend

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Flash flooding over the Memorial Day weekend in Johnson County caused some damage and resulted in no injuries or official evacuations, according to Marilyn Connolly, who is the coordinator for Johnson County Emergency Management.

UPDATE: Flooding Remains Issue

Creeks were still running high this morning across Sheridan County as the ground remained saturated from the Memorial Weekend storm.

Emergency Blood Drive Set for Today, Tomorrow

Julie Chadwick was a guest on The Morning show. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

The United Blood Services organization that supplies blood to local hospitals is in desperate need of blood.