New Charges To Be Filed Against Michael Johnson As Old Charges Dismissed

Johnson County Judicial Center

Michael Johnson was to be arraigned in Johnson County District Court Monday afternoon, but the charges were dismissed so new charges can be filed against him.

Miller Says He Wants to See Sheridan Move Forward

Mayoral candidate Roger Miller. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Roger Miller says a background in the military, as a former police detective and as a business owner has given him insights and experience that he can apply to the job of mayor.

Vietnam Veterans Receive Pins for Service

Vietnam veteran Robert Hall and Yvonne Schilz at the Vietnam War Commemoration ceremony in Sheridan. (Photo by Pat Blair)

More than two dozen Vietnam War veterans received pins honoring them and thanking them for their service in ceremonies held Monday at the Sheridan VA Medical Center.

US 14A Now Open for the Summer

The 22-mile stretch of scenic mountain road known as US Highway 14A opened for the summer last Friday.

State Treasurer Discusses ‘Constitutional Amendment A’

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State Treasurer Mark Gordon has been busy traveling the State informing people on Constitutional Amendment “A”, which will be on the ballot in November’s General Election.

Habitat Looking for Volunteers for Women Build Day

(Photo by Judy Hagerott)

Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns is seeking volunteers for their annual Women Build Day, which is a partnership with Thrivent Builds.

Sachse Hired by State Board of Education

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Sheridan County School District #2 Assistant Superintendent Tom Sachse has been hired by the Wyoming State Board of Education as the new board coordinator. Board Chairman Pete Gosar announced that the board voted to hire Sachse during its meeting in Laramie on Friday.

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A Look Back in Time: May 23, 1916

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on May 23, 1916.

County To Charge More For Lengthy Information Searches

Johnson County will be charging more for requests for public information that end up a lengthy, time and resource consuming proposition, after discussing and acting on a Resolution concerning documents under the Freedom Of Information Act at their last regular meeting.