Sheridan County

From atop the steps of Sheridan City Hall Monday, Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey proclaimed March as Disability Awareness Month. Soon after, clients with RENEW took the opportunity to ring the bell that sits in front of City Hall.

As our regular listeners know, we talked with State Representative Rosie Berger of Big Horn Friday to find out what this week looks like for legislators as they come into the second half of this year's legislative session.

“The Abysmal Brute,” the latest story by Jack London, will be started in the local newspaper this coming Friday. Installments will appear every Friday, Sunday morning and Tuesday, until finished.

It's time once again to take a look back at some of the top stories from this past week with our Sheridan Media Week in Review.

On behalf of the Sheridan County Commission, Chairman Terry Cram issued a letter Wednesday to each member of the Sheridan City Council along with Mayor Dave Kinskey, about possibly meeting for the purpose of “clearing the air” on some issues of mutual interest. Commissioner Bob Rolston talks about a few of the issues that they'd like to address with the Council.

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We caught up this morning with Representative Rosie Berger of Big Horn as she was in the middle of a meeting with Gov. Matt Mead at the Capitol in Cheyenne.

Several people stopped by the library in Sheridan Thursday night to see the plans for the reconstruction of the Lewis Street Bridge, which will change the entrance to the library, and reconfigure surrounding streets like Alger and Marion.

One of Sheridan College's professors is looking forward to a special workshop and exhibition coming up next week.

Northern Wyoming Community College District trustees will receive an updated master plan for Sheridan College in April, outlining needs to upgrade aging facilities.

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