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3rd Thursday Poets Society

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The 3rd Thursday Poets Society in Sheridan is a group of about 12 poets who meet monthly at the Sheridan Senior Center at 2 pm.

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DOCTOR-SEX ASSAULT CHARGES

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — A former Wyoming doctor has denied charges he sexually assaulted six patients during gynecological exams.

Sheriff Asks for Increase in Detention Center Budget

Sheridan County Sheriff Dave Hofmeier is asking for about $110,000 more for the detention center in the coming year than the center received for the current fiscal year.

Occupational Therapists Help Foster Independence

April is National Occupational Therapy Month, and in observance of the occasion, Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair talked to an occupational therapist in Sheridan to learn more about the profession. Here's her report.

16 Artists Featured in Reception at Ucross

Sixteen artists will be featured at a gallery reception at Ucross from 4 till 6 p.m. at Ucross on April 22.

Celebrate Easter This Weekend In Buffalo

This weekend there will be many opportunities to celebrate Easter in Buffalo, from church services to egg hunts for the kids.

More Weekend Happenings In Johnson County

It's Easter Weekend with related events going on, but in addition there are many other events happening in Johnson County this weekend.

A Look Back in Time: April 14, 1917

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on April 14, 1917.

Six People From Sheridan Charged in Meth Distribution Ring

Six individuals from Sheridan and one from Miles City, Montana, and one from Wheatridge, Colorado, were charged and arrested for their involvement in a drug trafficking organization that was involved in the supply, transport and distribution of methamphetamine in southeastern Montana and Sheridan County.

RMEF Provide Grant to Wyoming

The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation has awarded Wyoming with a grant of over $310,000 to assist with elk research, habitat enhancement, permanent land protection, and improving public lands.

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