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February 18th, 2015

Sheridan Man Arraigned on Two Felonies

An arraignment for a 40-year-old Sheridan man charged with two felonies was held Tuesday in Fourth Judicial District Court in Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Sheridan Woman Receives Probation for Drug Charge

25-year-old Casey Van Haele of Sheridan was sentenced to 2 to 4 years in prison, suspended, in lieu of 3 years supervised probation. During sentencing, District Court Judge John Fenn said to Van Haele that “you’re getting a break, and you probably won’t be getting one again”.

February 18th

Science Standards, Food Sale Bills Move Forward

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By the end of the day Tuesday, which marked the 24th day of the 2015 general session of the Wyoming Legislature, the science standards and food sale bills were still moving forward.

Recovery Effort For Missing Child Resumes

The recovery effort for the body of a 4-year-old girl who went missing more than a week ago in the Powder River near Buffalo after falling through the ice will resume on Saturday.

Letter Reveals Concerns, Fears in District 1

A letter to Sheridan County School District 1 trustees reveals concerns and fears among many of the district's faculty.

Big Horn Principal's Contract Not Renewed

Despite a plea from parents and a show of support at Tuesday night's meeting, Sheridan County School District 1 trustees did not renew the contract of Big Horn High School Principal George Mirich.

Grant Funds Sheridan County Conservation Projects

The Sheridan County Conservation District, as part of countywide initiative with other local conservation agencies, recently received a $1.9 million Regional Conservation Partnership Program Grant from the USDA.

Big Goose Watershed Control Plan Near Completion

A local plan to deal with bacteria and parasites in the Goose Creek Watershed is almost complete. Hannah Stepenoff has the details.

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County Lends Support For Sewer Study

Johnson County's Commissioners have signed a Resolution and Memorandum of Understanding lending their support for an application for a grant to study the feasibility of building a sewer system in the Richardson Park Subdivision.