November 24th, 2015

Lodge Grass School to Open Wednesday

UPDATE – The Lodge Grass School that was closed earlier this week will resume classes Wednesday.

Coroner's Office Confirms Remains Are Boshaw-Evans

Johnson County Coroner Dave Harness has confirmed that the remains found at Powder River earlier this month are those of 4-year old Chevell Boshaw-Evans, who fell through the ice on Powder River earlier this year.

Power Out in Southeast Sheridan

UPDATE 4:35 p.m. - A fallen tree was the cause of an outage that left more than 300 people in southeast Sheridan without power this afternoon, but service has now been restored to all customers.

Grants Available for Nonprofit Organizations

Grants are now available for non-profit organizations through the local branch of the Wyoming Community Foundation.

Young Black Lab Female

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Young Black Lab Female found on Soldier Creek Road.
Call: 751-7809

Tuesday 11-24-15

Sheridan County Museum / Dementia Community Discussions, Amy Albrecht

Tuesday, November 24th

Write-In: 11-24-2015

1. 1996 Ford Windstar LX $1200
2. 1980 280 ZX in good condition, nice, must see, $3200
W: 5th wheel camper gooseneck extension
Will cut and remove any trees or limbs.
Call: 307-461-2908 V

FS: 3 Husqvarna chainsaws
call: 752-6453 V

FS: 1987 Yamaha XL5 snow machine
Call: 752-6172 V

Sapphire Diamond Necklace

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Sapphire diamond necklace. Please email

Local Travel Agent Says First Sheridan Flight Impressive

One of the people who took the inaugural flight Thursday out of Sheridan on Denver Air Connection was Peg Martin of Brinton World Travel.

Officer Praises Crisis Intervention Training

Sheridan Officer Katie Balthazor was a guest on Public Pulse. (Leslie Stratmoen Photo)

Crisis Intervention Training, known as CIT, has become beneficial for local police officers, according to Katie Balthazor of the Sheridan Department, especially when dealing with people suffering from mental illness.