The Wellness Council of Sheridan County is looking for participants in their latest Pathways to Wellness program entitled “Climbing Mt. Everest.” Wellness Council Executive Director Michele Fritz explains.
Energy revenues are falling and some think that fuel taxes should rise. Most of us drive, the poor, the rich, the middle class and a fuel tax increase of 10 cents will affect us all. But roads need to be fixed; bridges need to be repaired.
Monday, the 28th, the public is encouraged to attend an important strategic planning session to come up with viable actions to combat the issues of alcohol, tobacco, substance abuse and suicide prevention.
It's time once again to take a look back at some of the top news stories from this past week with the Sheridan Media Week in Review. After tabling the item two weeks ago at their last meeting, the the Sheridan City Council Monday night removed from the table the Cloud Peak Ranch 17th filing. The Council, after much discussion, elected to table the item once again, this time, indefinitely. Councilman John Heath.
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