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Trial Date Pending for Lawsuit Against RENEW

A date is pending for a lawsuit filed by a Cody couple against Rehabilitation Enterprises of North Eastern Wyoming, who allege their son was sexually assaulted and abused while he was a client at the facility in Sheridan.

Oldman Sentenced to Prison Time

Arapaho Oldman of Sheridan was sentenced to up to three years in prison after pleading guilty to a charge of battery.

Elliott Indicted for Attorney's Office Arson

The June fire closed down the Sheridan County Attorney's Office for months. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

Joel Elliott of Sheridan has been indicted on five counts in connection with last year's arson fire at the Sheridan County Attorney's Office in Sheridan.

Leadership Group Tours Fire Station

Pictured is Yvonne Swanson with Firefighters Jerry Johnston and Brett Smith. (Courtesy Photo)

While touring city facilities on Thursday, participants of Leadership Sheridan County 2015, run by the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce, spent some time at Sheridan Fire-Rescue.

Buffalo Police Dispatcher Stops High Speed Chase

Tires were shredded off the rims during a high speed chase that ended near Buffalo. (Photo Courtesy of Wyoming Highway Patrol)

A near 100-mile-long pursuit along the interstate lasting more than an hour Wednesday morning ended north of Buffalo, culminating in the arrest of a man from Colorado.

Senior Center Pasta Bar Open Tonight

This is the third Friday of the month and that means the pasta bar at the senior center in Sheridan will be open, once again.

Department of Health: Norovirus Not Just for Cruise Ships

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According to a news release from the Wyoming Department of Health, norovirus is spreading throughout several communities in Wyoming. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

Governor Releases Plan to End Homelessness

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Wyoming Governor Matt Mead Thursday released the state’s initiative to end homelessness.

Festival of Cultures at Sheridan College

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Sheridan College will be hosting their annual Festival of Cultures event next Friday inside the Thorne-Rider Campus Center. A news release from the college states that the family-friendly event will feature a variety of worldly food and entertainment.

Making Dreams Come True With a Little Work

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Grace Moore has her eyes set on her goal and she is making it happen one kool-aid at a time. Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott brings us her story.

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