Sheridan

We continue our week in review series with a look back at some of the past week's top stories:

From a few glitches in the sound to a standing ovation, Friday at the Sheridan College Veterans Plaza, the opening ceremony was held celebrating Sheridan County's first-ever Field of Honor.

An artists' reception was held Friday night for local artists Diane Wyatt and Gerold Smiley at the Sagebrush Community Art Center.

A new name, new location and extended hours have boosted Sheridan Health Center's ability to provide quality medical care to Sheridan County's uninsured residents, says the Center's Executive Director Cathi Kindt.

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. This week's topic was about the upcoming $15.85 million Sheridan College bond issue coming before Sheridan County voters on August 20.

A fact finding tour hosted by the Northeast Wyoming Municipal Leaders group, or NEWY, was held in northeast Wyoming this week. The tour consisted of congressional representatives from Washington D.C. along with several mayoral representatives from around the country.

M.O.R.E. Ministries, First Church of the Nazarene's Native American Ministry, will be holding their 2nd annual Stack the Packs auction this Saturday in Sheridan.

Veterinarians in the Sheridan area have witnessed an increase this year in the number of dogs who've been bitten by a rattlesnake. Dr. Jennifer Gage with Big Goose Veterinary Clinic says that the number of incidents are definitely on the rise.

The future of North Main's I-90 Interchange is something the North Main Association, the City of Sheridan, area residents and businesses have been talking about for some time - but on Sunday, displays of what the interchange could look like in a few years will be featured at the Taste of Sheridan.

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