Sheridan

This week, Sheridan Media News is taking a look at abuse of older citizens within the community. This nationwide problem finds its way to Sheridan on a daily basis.

The unofficial results for the Wyoming Primary Election are in and there were a couple of tight races in Sheridan County. For Sheridan City Council Ward 1, Anthony Fairbanks and Shelleen Smith will advance to the General Election, with Fairbanks garnering the majority of the votes.

With all 16 precincts in Johnson County reporting, the results from the primary election have been released. The results are unofficial at this time, according to Johnson County Clerk Vicki Edelman.

County Road 89, also known as Beckton Road, will close tomorrow morning at 8 until approximately noon for required maintenance.

Troopers with the Wyoming Highway Patrol intercepted 231 pounds of high-grade Marijuana and $3000 in cash Sunday morning after stopping a commercial semi tractor pulling a trailer in the Elk Mountain area near Laramie.

Victims of abuse are sometimes unlikely to report the wrongs they suffer, and this is especially true of senior citizens.

City of Sheridan Utilities Director Dan Roberts presented the Sheridan City Council with a 7-year lease agreement with Peterson Pacific Corp. to lease a lateral grinder for use at the City Landfill.

The two candidates for mayor of Sheridan appeared together with Public Pulse host, Kim Love, on Newstalk 930, KROE, to talk about community issues for the second time since the start of the election season.

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