Sheridan

As part of Open Line Friday on KROE's Public Pulse, host Kim Love takes calls from residents in response to the weekly poll question.

We begin our Week in Review series with a look back at some of the week's top stories. The Sheridan Police Department released the name of the driver who plowed through the Fifth Street track crossing and hit a moving train on Monday morning.

Tonight the Best Western in Sheridan will be the site of the annual Texaco Country Showdown, where aspiring local country artists will be vying to move on for a chance to win big bucks and a national recording contract.

Officials with the Sheridan Senior Center want to get the word out to the community that a solicitation letter that's been making its way around Sheridan, is not in any way associated with the Senior Center.

News of Sheridan's rough weather a few weeks ago must be getting around, as the community has recently attracted a slew of roof and car repair businesses from out of town.

A Sheridan resident killed a rattle snake in town yesterday at the intersection of Hill Pond Drive and Paintbrush Drive, which is near the high school.

At their new location on Wednesday at 297 S. Main St., Sheridan County Public Health and the Sheridan Health Center opened their doors for an open house. Community members had a chance to browse the addition recently made to the building or check out the facility in general.

Earlier in the year we reported that Sheridan Memorial Hospital had a definitive goal of starting an urgent care program at the hospital.

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