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May 19th, 2015

Museum to Host Community Appreciation Week

The Sheridan County Museum will host Community Appreciation Weekend on May 30 and 31 at the museum just off East Fifth Street in Sheridan.

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Turk Resigns From Johnson County Board

Hugh Turk submitted a letter to the Johnson County Commissioners resigning his position on the Harold Jarrard Park Board at their meeting Monday.

Johnson County Accepts Supervised Treatment Contract

Johnson County's Commissioners accepted a contract for a supervised treatment program in the county.

Child's Body Recovery Efforts on Hold

Johnson County Sheriff Steve Kozisek

The recovery effort for the body of 4 year-old Chevell Boshaw-Evans who fell through the ice near the Powder River Exit on Interstate 90 east of Buffalo back in February is still mostly “on hold” until the water levels in the river come down, but small parties do occasionally search the area, according to Johnson County Sheriff Steve Kozisek.

A Look Back in Time: May 20, 1915

John Gwinn is very ill at his home at 310 Sherman Avenue.

Raising Funds For the Arts

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Frackelton's Dining or a Cause event held Monday raised $9,664 for the Sheridan Public Arts Committee. The guest count totaled 254 people.

Commission OKs Funding for Private Property Septic Tank, Road Overlay Project

The Sheridan County Commission meetings are held at the historic courthouse in downtown Sheridan. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

Sheridan County taxpayers will be paying for a septic tank on private property and the city is soon to acquire a county road. Sheridan Media’s Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

Tuesday 05-19-15

Sheridan Travel and tourism / Shopping for a Cause, Jill Moriarty and Spencer Kraft

Wyoming’s First Serial Killer . . . Huh?

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Bill Sniffin

It is hard to find any evidence of some mysterious serial killings that allegedly occurred in Wyoming 147 years ago.

According to a couple of books, a notorious family named Bartlett killed 22 young men before being hunted down and killed back in historic South Pass City.