May 2009 Was A Busy Month In Sheridan

The month of May was a busy one in Sheridan this year. Sheridan College graduated one of its largest classes in the 60th commencement ceremonies. Sheridan College Board Chairman Bruce Hoffman…

A Buffalo woman turned herself in for shooting her husband and was charged with 1st Degree Murder. Bail for 46-year-old Leah Benjamin was set at $1 Million.

The City of Sheridan and Sheridan County approved a land use plan for the joint planning area around the City.

The first confirmed case of H1N1 or Swine Flu was discovered in Wyoming.

Sheridan car dealers were on pins and needles wondering whether their Chrysler and General Motors franchise contracts would be renewed. Sheridan Motors retained their Dodge-Chrysler dealership and both Sheridan Motors and Hammer Chevrolet were able to retain their contracts with GM. However, the Cadillac brand will no longer be sold in Sheridan.

And the city of Sheridan and Sheridan County both had to make hard choices in creating budgets that had to cut as much as 10 percent over previous years.

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