Sheridan County

Friday morning, Sheridan Media News reported that Lucinda's Artisan Gallery is picking up and moving to Washington State. The storefront won't stand vacant for long.

The project has been several years in the making, but today, it's finally coming to fruition, as the Sheridan Health Center is moving into their new location at the Sheridan County Public Health building. Sheridan Health Center Executive Director Cathi Kindt.

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi is inviting inventors of all kinds to attend the 10th annual Inventors Conference in Sheridan in a few weeks to learn how to take inventions to the next level. The conference, entitled “From Your Garage to the Assembly Line,” will take place on April 20.

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

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology, or MIT, has released statistics for the cost of living around the nation with customized statistics for the City of Sheridan.

Great Lakes Airlines has released its most recent figures for March, showing an overall decrease in the amount of passengers who use the service. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy has the story.

The Sheridan Police Department has confirmed Aaron Kristopher has been apprehended near Fort Collins.

The Aquatic Invasive Species program in Wyoming is different this year following changes by the legislature that move the focus of the check stations from individual waters to ports of entry.

In a media release issued by Sheridan College Friday, it states that College President Paul Young may ask the College Board of Trustees to consider a special election as early as August to fund the renovation and expansion of the current Technical Education Center on the college's main campus.

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