Sheridan

Last week we reported that the City of Sheridan's water system, which supplies water to city residents, customers of the Sheridan Area Water Supply and Downer Addition, received Notice of Violation from the Environmental Protection Agency for exceeding the Total Coliform Rule.

Talking income tax can cause some people to panic, but the students and faculty of the Sheridan College business department are there to help the community with their income tax returns through a government program called “Free Volunteer Income Tax Assistance” or VITA.

No books, no tests, no homework, and better yet none of the stress involved with going to college. It was Saturday University at Sheridan College with three lecture presentations by professors from the University of Wyoming and Sheridan College.

An artist's reception was held for Brent Spink at the library and Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott was on hand and brings us this report.

Last week, the Sheridan City Council tabled the third reading of an ordinance that would eliminate the wards within the city and change the city council positions to at-large, prompting this week's poll question:

“Do you think Sheridan council members should be chosen at-large?”

Claims for damages filed against the county by two Sheridan County women are in the hands, now, of state insurance adjusters, after being denied earlier this week by county commissioners.

The Civic Theater Guild has issued a last-call for the winter play. News Director Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

A vigilant citizen came to the aid of her neighbor this week.

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