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County Attorney Anxious to Return to Repaired Office

Sheridan’s County Attorney is looking forward to his office being finished soon, after the building was damaged by fire in the spring.

Latest ‘Longmire’ Book Hits Shelves

Author Craig Johnson reading from his book during a signing in Sheridan. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

The latest book in the ‘Longmire’ series written by Wyoming’s own Craig Johnson of Ucross hits the book shelves tomorrow.

Conservation District Plan Open For Comment

Every five years, the Sheridan County Conservation District adopts a new plan that is required by the Wyoming Department of Agriculture. The plan outlines proposed goals and objectives for the district's natural resource program.

Bond Set for Sexual Assault Suspect

(Photo by Ron Richter)

A bond hearing was held Monday in Sheridan County Circuit Court for a Cheyenne man charged with Attempted Sexual Assault in the First Degree and Criminal Entry.

Harman Named 'Best in Class'

Preston Chiasson and SHS teacher Beth Harman (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sheridan High School teacher Beth Harman received $1,000 for classroom supplies this week from Sheridan's Wyoming Rib & Chop House Restaurant.

Speed Important With Heart Attacks

Memorial Hospital cardiologists, Drs. Joseph Garcia and Michael Brennan (Photo by Pat Blair)

Speed in treatment is a critical component for someone who has a heart attack.

Two Injured in Wreck at Ranchester

Two Sheridan men were injured Saturday morning when their pickup truck was wrecked on Wolf Creek Road in Ranchester.

Police Arrest Rape Suspect

Sheridan police have arrested a man for attempted first-degree sexual assault following an altercation that happened over the weekend.

'Ebola' report at Trails End False Alarm

Sheridan's Hazardous Materials team spent nearly two hours at Trails End Motel on Friday afternoon when a guest who complained of being ill said he had recently returned from Africa.

Raising the Roof in Dayton

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The Dayton Benefit Club hosted its first ever chili supper and cook-off Saturday to help raise funds for a new roof for the Dayton Community Hall. Eight-four years old, the building, according to Club President Theresa Luskin, has seen its fair share of use.