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May 30th, 2013

Letter From the Public: Circus DOES Have Violations

If the Jaycees’s had done an independent background check instead of just asking the Circus’ Owners if they abuse their animals they would have found this evidence.

Sagebrush Celebrates Summer's Coming

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(photos by Tracee Davis)

The gymnasium at Sagebrush Elementary School was converted into an inflatable jungle today to give the students an uplifting send-off for summer vacation.

School Principal, Mike Wood:

EMIT Tech Gives $20K to Raising Readers

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EMIT Technologies donated $20,000 to Raising Readers in Wyoming this morning to empower the group to continue giving out books to reinforce the importance of literacy in Wyoming's youth.

Circus Raises Eyebrows; Jaycees Issues Statement

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(photo by Tracee Davis)

The Carson & Barnes Circus is setting up at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds in rainy weather this morning amidst a significant group of citizens within the community calling for a boycott.

Brucellosis Found in Bighorns

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Two elk have tested positive for brucellosis in the Bighorn Mountains.

May 29th

Sheridan Trolley Service Expands to Meet Needs

Sheridan Trolley Service Expands to Meet Needs

Now that summer is right ahead of us, the Sheridan Trolley is out and about - and we can expect to see a lot more of it this year. CEO of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce, Dixie Johnson, says the service has continued to evolve as community needs grow and priorities shift.

Confronting Hypertension, the 'Silent Killer'

Confronting Hypertension, the 'Silent Killer' (Image courtesy Wikimedia Commons)

May is Hypertension Awareness Month, and on Wednesday's edition of Public Pulse, host Ron Richter spoke with representatives from the Sheridan Senior Center about ways our community can be more aware of "the silent killer" - and ways to combat it.

WyDOT Gives Annual Report To Jo Co Commission

Representatives from the Wyoming Department of Transportation spoke to the Johnson County Commissioners at their last meeting, updating them on current year funding, trends they see in the near future, and what impacts the recent fuel tax increase may have on their budgets and future projects in the state.

Bad Debt Expense Contributing to Decline in Revenue at Hospital

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(Photo by Ron Richter)

The Board of Trustees for Sheridan Memorial Hospital met for their monthly meeting Wednesday. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was there and has this report.

Kendrick Pool to Open Friday

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(Photo Courtesy of the Sheridan Recreation District)

Opening day for Kendrick Pool in Sheridan is this Friday. Aquatics Specialist with the Sheridan Recreation District Jamie Ostermyer says now is the time for parents to register their kids for swim lessons.