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March 25th, 2014

Phase Three of Poplar Grove Development Approved

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City of Sheridan Engineer Lane Thompson (Photo by Ron Richter)

In 2006, the original planned unit development conceptual plan for the Poplar Grove Subdivision northwest of Skeels Street in Sheridan was approved by the City's Planning Commission. After the development of the first phase of the project, the original developer lost the property to foreclosure.

Keystone Awards Honors Community Members

The 4th annual Keystone Awards, sponsored by the Sheridan Senior Center, is less than a month away.

UPDATE: Historic Barn on the Move

Historic barn is parked, for the moment. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen_
Power line workers could be seen reconnecting lines Monday afternoon after the barn (in background) moved down the road. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

A familiar Sheridan landmark is moving to a new home. Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

Colon Cancer Awareness

(Photo by Ron Richter)

There have been a number of events going on in and around Sheridan this month to help raise awareness for colon cancer, as March is designated as Colon Cancer Awareness Month. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

March 24th

A Look Back in Time: March 25, 1914

Federal income tax agent George B. Lang of Denver is visiting local banks and financial institutions to explain the operation of the income tax law.

AP News Update

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Historical Society Narrows Director Search

The Sheridan County Museum (Photo by Ron Richter)

The Sheridan County Historical Society has narrowed the candidate pool in regard to the search for a director for the Sheridan County Museum.

Shelter Getting Set for Spring “Fun-Raiser”

People lined up to get into last year's fundraiser for the Sheridan Dog and Cat Shelter. (Photo by Judy Hagerott)

Officials with the Dog and Cat Shelter of Sheridan have been busy getting ready for this weekend's Spring “Fun-Raiser” that will take place at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds Exhibit Hall.

AP News Update

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Hundreds in Wyoming Face Hikes in Flood Insurance

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Hundreds of property owners in Wyoming receiving subsidized government flood insurance will see their premiums rise at a brisk rate despite a congressional relief bill that cushioned the worst of the increases.