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March 22nd, 2015

Week in Review

It's time once again to take a look back at a few of the top stories from this past week with our Sheridan Media Week in Review.

Balow Pleased With Accountability Bill

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Wyoming Superintendent of Public Instruction Jillian Balow was recently a guest on our news talk show Public Pulse, where she weighed in with her thoughts on the recent legislative session in Cheyenne.

March 21st

A Look Back in Time: March 22, 1915

Ed N. Fields has been appointed manager of the Beet Growers' association here.

Sheridan Library's "Food For Fines" Begins Sunday

If you currently have an overdue fine at any branch of the the Sheridan County Public Library system, there is a chance for reprieve for those who wish to donate canned goods to the local Salvation Army as part of the “Food For Fines” Amnesty Week.

Dining For Cause Benefits Sheridan Health Center

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The Sheridan Health Center will be the beneficiary of the next Dining for a Cause fundraiser held at Frackelton’s, located on Main Street in Sheridan.

Mead Gives Opinion on Withdrawn ATF Proposal, BLM Fracking Rule

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Gov. Matt Mead recently criticized two proposals by government agencies regarding an ammunition ban and changes to fracking rules.

Legislative Session and Its Impact on Sheridan County

During a recent interview on our news talk show Public Pulse, Sheridan County Commissioner Steve Maier stated that the recently completed legislative session in Cheyenne had minimal impact on Sheridan County.

March 20th

A Look Back in Time: March 21, 1915

Members of the state board of charities and reform will be in Sheridan tomorrow to inspect the state hospital here.

Three Sentenced in District Court

Sentences were handed down to three men in district court Friday afternoon, including the Sheridan man who burglarized Hospital Pharmacy in downtown Sheridan last year.

Trial Date Pending for Lawsuit Against RENEW

A date is pending for a lawsuit filed by a Cody couple against Rehabilitation Enterprises of North Eastern Wyoming, who allege their son was sexually assaulted and abused while he was a client at the facility in Sheridan.