Summer Reading Program Starts

Summer reading programs for adults and young adults begin today at the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library in Sheridan.

The programs are open to anyone in the county.

Forest Managers Plan Open House

The Tongue Ranger District is hosting an open house Tuesday night, from 4-6:30, at the Forest Service Work Center at 1355 Fort Road. The center is located near the entrance to the Veterans Administration facility in Sheridan.

Volunteers Needed for County Boards

The Sheridan County commissioners are looking for volunteers to serve on the Sheridan County Planning and Zoning Commission and the Sheridan County Library System Board. Both have one position open that's a 3-year term from July 1.

Candidate List is Final

As the filing period for elected offices closed Friday, the scene was set for the upcoming primary election. For Sheridan County, six of the seven county officers will most likely secure their seat because they’re running unopposed.

Museum Kicks-Off Summer Season

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The Sheridan County Museum held their annual open house this weekend to kick off the summer season, but also to give back to the community. Museum Director John Woodward...

Color Splash Offers Fun Dash

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The Color Splash Fun Dash added a little color to Kendrick Park Saturday and Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this report.

This Week's Poll Question

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Hospice care is a special healthcare option for patients and families faced with a terminal illness. It's for those people who are critically ill and have six months or less to live and the goal is to alleviate suffering and manage symptoms. Sheridan currently does not have a hospice facility.

Support of Grant Application on Council's Agenda

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Last week we reported on a resolution approved by the Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority Joint Powers Board to apply for a Business Committed Grant through the Wyoming Business Council that would allow for Vacutech to expand their business.

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Council Discusses Dogs in Public Areas

City Attorney Ben Kirven spoke to the city council concerning possible dog and/or pet restrictions in other public areas in the city, now that the council has decided Crazy Woman Square is a “dog-free” area.