In January of 2011, 48-year-old Dana Townsend of Sheridan was diagnosed with late stage colon cancer. After a grueling battle with the disease, Townsend beat the very thing she thought at one point would kill her.

Officials with the Wyoming Department of Transportation and the City of Sheridan hosted an open house Wednesday to provide an update on the North Main Interchange project.

As the new executive director of the Wyoming Wilderness Association, Marco Restani works with the 10-member board of directors on strategic plans for the organization, works with a staff of five people on their individual projects, and does fundraising.

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on April 6, 1917.

Health insurance is not an option anymore and Obama Care was supposed to be the promised answer for all, but that promise has turned into the perfect failure.

Plans for the Doubleday Sports Complex to be built north of Sheridan were set out for public review and comments in an open house at Sheridan Memorial Hospital's conference room on Gould Street Wednesday night.

The equipment is a replacement and will cost $52,549. In other action Wednesday, trustees approved the appointment of Rob Forister as the hospital's safety officer. Forister is also the hospital's facilities services manager.

On Friday, the Sheridan College Whitney Center for the Arts will present faculty member Dr. Mark Elliot Bergman on double bass. He will be joined by fellow faculty Dr. Christian Erickson on Piano and Dr. Erin Hanke on harpsichord, as well as community member Dan Burgess on bass vocals.

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