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January 29th, 2015

Sentencing for Sheridan Man Postponed

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A sentencing hearing for a Sheridan man that was scheduled Thursday morning in Fourth Judicial District Court in Sheridan was postponed until next week due to a witness who could not attend the sentencing.

Everybody has a Story

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Here at Sheridan Media, we believe everyone has a story to tell. So as part of our expanded coverage, we plan to bring you those stories. This week, Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott found Riana Roth just north of the Wyoming border into Montana and brings you her story.

School District 2 Plans Summer Institute

Sheridan County School District 2 has announced plans to host an event this summer to help teachers help their students learn.

Defendant a No-Show at Arraignment

A warrant is pending for the arrest of a Sheridan man who failed to appear for his arraignment in district court in Sheridan on Thursday morning.

Burns on Anti-Discrimination Bill

A bill that would change Wyoming's Anti-Discriminatory law to include sexual orientation and gender identity will be discussed locally today during our Public Pulse news talk show. Reporter Hannah Stepenoff recently spoke with Sen. Bruce Burns, of Sheridan, who is one of the co-sponsors of the bill.

Trial Set for Collins, Nelson

Trials have been set to start on June 10 for two Sheridan men arraigned in district court Thursday.

Mayor: Tongue River Valley Has State's Attention

Ranchester Mayor Peter Clark says efforts to bring natural gas service to the Tongue River Valley has attracted attention across Wyoming.

Wyoming News

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Search For New County 4-H Educator Continues

The search for the new 4-H Educator in Johnson County is continuing, but may be done within the next few weeks, according to Blaine Horn, with the University of Wyoming's Johnson County Extension Office in Buffalo.

School District Watching Legislature For Revenue Increase

Administrators and the school board from Johnson County School District One are watching this year's legislative session closely to see if an increase in revenue is in their future.