Sheridan

The 11th annual Sheridan Memorial Hospital Foundation benefit began with food and drink mixed with plenty of good conversation, as a pre-event reception was held at King's Saddlery in downtown Sheridan.

The events that unfolded in and around Boston last week will most certainly have a lasting effect on many throughout the country. We caught up with U.S.

Here's a look at the past week's stories from Sheridan Media News:

Sheridan Mayor, Dave Kinskey, reacted to Monday's terrorist attacks in Boston.

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The jury in the case of the State of Wyoming vs. Richard Wilkerson returned a verdict of “guilty” of second degree murder at roughly 9pm Saturday night.

Wilkerson was found guilty of killing 45 year-old Brian Newman in an altercation at the Century Club in Buffalo last September.

Wyoming Senators, Mike Enzi and John Barrasso, both visited Sheridan Saturday.

Closing arguments in the murder trial of Richard Wilkerson will be heard Saturday morning in Johnson County District Court.

Wilkerson is on trial, charged with second degree murder in connection with the death of 45 year-old Brian Newman in a bar altercation last September in Buffalo.

The Child Development Center was honored as the Champion for Children at the annual CASA Light of Hope breakfast Friday. Along with recognizing a Champion for Children, the event is held to honor CASA volunteers who've given their time to help make a child's life a little better.

The Alliance for Substance Abuse Prevention is launching a new campaign to address one of our communities biggest societal problems.

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