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City Construction Projects Will Be At a Minimum This Year

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City of Sheridan Public Works Director Nic Bateson

The City of Sheridan funds their construction projects annually using 50% capital facilities tax monies and 50% state grant funding. City Public Works Director Nic Bateson explains that the City has taken a major cut in state grant funding.

Dance the Night Away

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Firefighter Jon Syring dances with his daughter Maddy at the 4th Annual Fireman's Ball. (courtesy photo)

There’s just something about a man in uniform that will turn most any woman’s head, and there was a lot of head turning from both genders Saturday night, as well over 150 people attended the semi-formal Fireman’s Ball at the Historic Sheridan Inn.

Changes in Store for Sheridan County Fair

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Sheridan County Fairgrounds Facilities Director Melissa Albrecht

This year's Sheridan County Fair will have a bit of a different look to it as there has been some new entertainment that has been added to try and attract a wider array of people to the Fair. Facilities Director Melissa Albrecth explains.

Bluegrass Open Mic Begins Tuesday Night at Senior Center

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Bluegrass Open Mic Begins Tuesday Night at Senior Center

The 3rd Tuesday of the month has been designated as Bluegrass Open Mic Performance night at the Sheridan Senior Center, the first of which will be this Tuesday evening. Senior Center Activities Director Jane Perkins.

State Legislature Turns Down $38 Million From Feds

State Legislature Turns Down $38 Million From Feds

Federal money offered to Wyoming for unemployment benefits will go to other states. The Wyoming House rejected a plan to use 38-million dollars in federal funding to extend benefits to those experiencing long-term unemployment, and to keep benefits in place for those in re-training programs.

Senator Schiffer Bill to Help Small Business

Senator John Schiffer of Kaycee

Senator John Schiffer is working on two bills, one having to do with Veterans Tax Exemption, and one he is co-sponsoring with Representative John Botten. He describes the latter.

Sheridan College Tax Assistance Begins Today

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Sheridan College Tax Assistance Begins Today

Business students at Sheridan College will hold the first of eight sessions today where they'll be offering free tax preparation. The tax assistance is for those with an annual income of less than $50,000 with relatively simple returns.

Auxiliary Gifts $25,000 to Hospital

Courtesy Photo: (left to right) Peggy Callantine, Sheridan Memorial Hospital Director of Nursing, and Ada Kirven, Hospital Foundation Executive Director, accept checks in the amount of $25,000 from Barbara Niner of the Kozy Korner Gift Shop and Sandy Pilch, President of the Sheridan Memorial Hospital Auxiliary on February 11 at the Auxiliary's Annual Meeting. 

During their annual meeting Friday, the Sheridan Memorial Hospital Auxiliary gifted $25,000 to the Hospital. $21,000 came from the Kozy Korner Gift Shop, and the remaining $4,000 of the donation came from the annual Christmas Trees of Love program.

Three Arapaho Tribal Members Indicted for Embezzlement

Three Arapaho Tribal Members Indicted for Embezzlement

In a media release from the United State's Attorney's Office, U.S. Attorney Christopher A. Crofts announced that three Arapaho Tribal members from the Wind River Reservation appeared in federal court on embezzlement charges. The media release states that George Moss, Melody St.

Sickler Court Appearance Postponed

Forty-two year-old Tonya Colette Sickler was scheduled to appear in Johnson County Circuit Court on Friday, but instead filed a waiver of her right to a speedy appearance in court, and will have her appearance rescheduled to a later date.