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January 10th, 2014

County Attorney Releases End-of -Year Case Log

Kenneth DeCock, the prosecuting attorney for Johnson County, issued his January news release this week, saying his preparations for the Lindstrom trial in December prevented him from sending one out last month, so he would condense November and December's information into this release.

County Commission Signs Grant For Airport Taxiway

The final hurdle to taxiway and apron work at the Johnson County Airport was lifted when the County Commissioners accepted and signed the final grant from the Wyoming Department of Transportation at their Tuesday meeting.

Study in the Works for Entrepreneurial Center

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The Downtown Sheridan Association is conducting a feasibility study for an entrepreneurial center in downtown Sheridan. The D-S-A has contracted with Community Builders, Inc.

City Preparing for Budget Earlier This Year

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Officials with the City of Sheridan have already begun looking at the budget numbers for the upcoming fiscal year which begins July 1.

Scammers Targeting Electric Cooperative Members

Powder River Energy Corporation issued a news release Thursday that advises their members to be wary of scammers posing as collection agents demanding payment to avoid disconnection.

Man Killed When Vehicle Hits Train

A man from Wyarno driving a Chevy Silverado crashed into a train last night that crosses a state highway about seven miles east of Sheridan in Sheridan County. 43-year-old Daniel D. Twohy died at the scene. The crash report was released this morning by the Wyoming Highway Patrol.

Hospice Provides Hope, Help for Terminally Ill

Sheridan Memorial Hospital's Hospice of the Big Horns provided hope and health for 55 local patients and their families last year.

A Look Back in Time: Jan. 9, 1914

Here's today's journey back in time – one hundred years ago, reported by Sheridan newspapers on this day, Jan. 9 of 1914.

Commission Endorses Senior Daycare

The vision of a daycare facility for senior citizens came one step closer into view Tuesday, with the Sheridan County Commission's sponsorship of a Community Development Block Grant.

Chamber Names Warehouse Market Business of Year

A teary-eyed Cindy Boyd, standing alongside her father, Roger “Pat” Killworth, accepted the Business of the Year award Wednesday from the Sheridan Chamber of Commerce.