Sheridan County

The Sheridan Community Land Trust is in its final stages of nailing down administrative details to open the Soldier Ridge Trail to the public.

The technological trend across the nation has caused millions of people to drop their landline telephone service.

The Sheridan County Commissioners approved a grant for Child Advocacy Services of the Big Horns in the amount of $45,000. Susie Cannon, Development coordinator, said the money will be used to support the Family Visitation Program.

A study recently conducted by the Volunteers of America of the Northern Rockies and the Homelessness Resource Alliance of Northeastern Wyoming found that 80 individuals within the county lacked a safe place to sleep. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy brings us part one of his series.

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

Monday's City Council Meeting ushered in the long-awaited 5th Street Corridor Plan. City Planning Director, Robert Briggs.

Sheridan College has announced that former Wyoming Governor, Jim Geringer will be this year's graduation speaker during the May 11 commencement exercise. Geringer served as the 30th Governor of Wyoming from 1995-2003, following 12 years in the State Legislature.

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce sponsored a workshop for business bookkeepers yesterday entitled “Breaking Down Financial Statements to Beneft Your Businesses.” Managers and owners of businesses in every industry gathered in the Sheridan College Watt Agricultural building to hear Bruce Brow

**Update, 12:30pm:

Chief Jason Carder, in a press release, said at approximately 1:23am officers responded to a report of shots fired at 260 S. Cummings in Buffalo.
Jacob Sundquist, 32, was arrested on Attempted Murder and Aggravated Assault charges.
The case is still under investigation.

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