Archive - Apr 2013 - News

April 28th

SPD Hosts Drug Take-Back Event

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Saturday, the Walgreen's parking lot became a drop-off point for unused, unwanted, and expired prescriptions.

Y Hosts Safe and Healthy Kids Day

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Saturday, the “Y” became a focal point of health and safety helping kids get ready to jump into summertime fun. The Safe Kids Day/Healthy Kids Day Fair was an interactive, family-friendly event featuring booths geared to teach children about canoe and ATV safety, hand washing, and bullying.

Sheridan Media Poll: Boston Bombings News Coverage

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In the information age, people want their news fast and up to date. We want to know what happened, when, and why, the quickest way possible.

April 27th

Kendrick Park Elk Become Empty Nesters

(photo by Jennifer Taylor)

Two young male elk were taken from the City of Sheridan Elk Pasture last week. Game and Fish Department Information Specialist, Warren Mischke.

Sheridan Media Week in Review

Sheridan resident Kelley Mason recently started a Facebook page entitled Sheridan Angels. The group was started to offer help to those less fortunate. Mason explains what inspired her to create Sheridan Angels.

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April 26th

Free Landfill Weekend

If you're ready to purge your yard and house of the winter's accumulation of clutter, you're in luck. County commissioner, Bob Rolston knows where you can take it.

Governor Mead: Don't Examine Global Effects of Coal

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead is asking the White House to not evaluate the effects of greenhouse gases that would be emitted by exporting U.S. coal and burning it overseas.

State Graduation Rate Drops Slightly

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According to data released by the Wyoming Department of Education, graduation rates in Wyoming dropped slightly in 2011-2012, as the graduation rate of 78.89 percent is down from the 2010-11 rate of 79.74 percent.

City Council Member Arrested for DUI

The Sheridan Police Department arrested Ward 1 City Councilwoman, Shelleen Smith, shortly after midnight Friday morning under suspicion of drunk driving.

Online Sales Tax Looks Probable

Internet shoppers are moving closer to paying sales taxes for their online purchases. But the fight is far from over.