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April 3rd, 2011

Johnson Family Benefit

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A family photo of the Johnson Family, taken just a few weeks prior to the accident that claimed the life of 5-year-old Elise (center).

When tragedy hits, the people of Sheridan show up. 800 to 1,000 people it's estimated.

April 2nd

Sheridan P.D. Warns Residents of Scams

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The Sheridan P.D. warns residents of Internet scams.

The Sheridan Police Department warns Sheridan area residents of a number of Internet scams that are circulating around the area. In a media release issued by the P.D., they advise to never cash checks or money orders received in the mail unsolicited.

Lummis Comments on Senator Schumer's Remarks About the Tea Party

U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis

U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis recently commented on U.S. Senator Chuck Schumer's remarks branding the Tea Party as extremists. Lummis responded by saying that clearly the Democrats are learning their talking points.

State Health Department Names New Health Officer

State Health Department Names New Health Officer

Wyoming Department of Health Director Tom Forslund has appointed Dr. Tracy Murphy, who currently serves as state epidemiologist and deputy state health officer with the department, as Wyoming's acting state health officer.

April 1st

Sheridan Media Implements Free Garage Sale Page

There is NO CHARGE to post your garage sale information on our new web page.

With springtime comes spring cleaning. With spring cleaning comes a need for getting rid of unwanted or unneeded stuff. For some, that means holding a garage sale, and as a means to assist “sale-ers,” Sheridan Media has provided a new service on our website.

“Pothole Patrol” Needs Your Help

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This crater is near the Holiday Gas Station on North Main in Sheridan.

The City of Sheridan has announced that they are seeking the public's assistance in fixing the potholes throughout the City.

Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey says that the long wet winter has certainly taken its toll on City streets.

Senator Barrasso Supports Amendment to Stop EPA Cap and Tax

U.S. Senator John Barrasso

U.S. Senator John Barrasso voiced his support earlier this week on the floor of the Senate on an amendment to stop the EPA's back-door cap and tax policies.

City Hosts Landfill Follow Up Meeting

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The City of Sheridan hosted a follow up meeting to address concerns of neighbors of the City landfill.

The City of Sheridan hosted a follow up meeting Thursday night to a meeting they held in late February to address concerns of residents that live nearby the City landfill.

March 31st

Concealed Carry Law: How Will It Affect Local Law Enforcement

Wyoming is now one of four states in the U.S. that allows residents to carry a concealed handgun without a permit.

A month ago Wyoming Governor Matt Mead signed into law legislation allowing state residents to carry concealed handguns without obtaining a permit.

Customer Service Disney-Style

Former Disney Corporation Service Training Director, Doug Lipp, will be the Keynote Speaker at the annual Rapid City Convention & Visitors Bureau Hospitality and Tourism Industry Training Seminar on May 16th.

Disney magic is coming to Rapid City in May. While people won't be seeing a particular red-trousered mouse or blue-shirted duck, people in the hospitality industry will be treated to a presentation by Doug Lipp, a renowned leader in customer service training.