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August 20th, 2012

Plant Accident Fatality Identified

*UPDATE* Aug 21, 10:50 a.m.
The Sheridan Police Department has confirmed Brett Collins, age 20, was killed yesterday at the Big Goose Water Treatment Plant. Collins was a member of the COP Construction crew building the new Clearwell site. A media release from the police department indicates Collins was struck in the head with the bucket of a track hoe.

More From Absaroka

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Photos by Judy Hagerott

Johnson County Voters Go To Polls In Tuesday's Primary

During Tuesday's Primary Election, Johnson County voters will be casting votes not only for state and Federal candidates but for city and county positions as well.

Public Pulse - Monday 08/20/12

Mayoral Candidates w/ Dave Kinskey and Steve Brantz

Chamber of Commerce Plans Mob On Downtown Businesses

If you spend any time trolling videos on the Internet, you might have come across a social phenomenon called “flash mobs.” Basically, a flash mob is when a group of people agree to meet in a public place and simultaneously do something interesting, like dance, hold completely still, or keep asking

Sheridan Golf Course Record Broken

Cameron Lindell, age 20, had a record-breaking weekend at Kendrick Golf Course. Lindell finished the course with a score of 64,62, which is a total score of 18 under par. That's the best score ever achieved on the course. He said he started strong.

Lindell's streak of luck continued Sunday.
Sunday.

Lindell is a returning sophomore at Tyler Junior College in Tyler, Texas.

Police Arrest 3 For Suspected Drive-By BB Shooting, Drugs

The Sheridan Police Department arrested three young males last night for allegedly shooting a BB gun from a moving vehicle as it drove through the streets of town. No people were reported injured, but multiple reports of damaged vehicles are property are still being collected.

Curbside Corn

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photo takien by Shirley Legerski on the corner of West 8th St. and Adair Ave. in Sheridan.

Good Neighbor Rescues Dog From House Fire

(photo courtesy of Sheridan Fire Rescue)
(photo courtesy of Sheridan Fire Rescue)

Sheridan Media first reported a residential fire on North Broadway Street Saturday night. New details have come to light that expose the heroic actions of an unnamed neighbor.

Story Teepee

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Photo By Judy Hagerott