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Council Candidate Series: Shelleen Smith

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Tuesday we heard a little bit about Theresa DeFeyter, who's a candidate for Sheridan City Council Ward One. Today we'll hear from the second of the three candidates, Shelleen Smith, who's a Sheridan native that owns her own business.

Buffalo Chamber: Tourism Numbers Up This Year

Angela Jarvis

Visitors to Buffalo and Johnson County are up significantly this year over last, according to data compiled by the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce.

New Director For SCJC Looking To Future Expansion

Derek Andrews, SCJC Director

Sheridan College in Johnson County has a new Director that has just recently begun his duties with the Buffalo campus.

SCSD#2 Plans For New Wheels

Sheridan County School District #2 approved the replacement of four school busses, and an additional bus to be donated to Sheridan College.

Crow Fair Builds Momentum

Today marks the kickoff of one of the nation's largest American Indian festivals, and authorities are asking participants to keep fire safety in mind during the celebration.

Schiffer, Johnson Square Off Over Gun Control

State legislator, John Schiffer, squared off against his opponent in this year's primary elections on Public Pulse yesterday. When host, Kim Love, asked Bob Johnson about gun control, and things got interesting.

Attorney General Says Maxfield's Term Complaints Unfounded

The state of Wyoming says Secretary of State Max Maxfield has no legal basis to file a lawsuit over term limits for state elected officials.

NMA Holds Open House on Economic Development Initiative

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The Historic Sheridan Inn was the site Monday night of a public open house hosted by the North Main Association and the Leland Consulting Group out of Portland, Oregon regarding NMA's economic development initiative.

Suspect Now in Custody

(Photo by Sarah Richter)
(Photo by Sarah Richter)

UPDATE: 3:40PM

The name of the male individual who barricaded himself in a room at the Apple Tree Inn on Coffeen Avenue in Sheridan has been released. 61-year-old J. Tuck has been transported to the Sheridan V.A. for an evaluation and is presumed to be homeless. Sheridan Police Captain Scott Chandler said that pending charges against Tuck could include Property Destruction and Resisting Arrest.

SheridanWyoming.com