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Heart Mountain Documentary to Re-Air Tonight

(U.S. National Archives photo)

A documentary, “Heart Mountain: An All American Town”, will re-debut tonight on Wyoming PBS. The film tells the story of the WWII Japanese internment camp at Heart Mountain between Cody and Powell.

Chamber Luncheon: Whitney Benefits

Tom Kinnison with Whitney Benefits speaks at Wednesday's Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon.

Wednesday's Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon held at the Black Tooth Brewery included a presentation by Tom Kinnison and Patrick Henderson from Whitney Benefits.

Hospital: No Infections Reported in Connection with Sterilization Mishap

Sheridan Memorial Hospital says they have not had any reports of patient complications or infections after they failed to sterilize surgical equipment up to Wyoming Department of Health standards during a period of six months in 2011.

Sheridan Museum to Erect 8.5ft Gollings Statue

Marylee Moreland with the maquette of her E.W. "Bill" Gollings sculpture. Moreland hopes to have the 8.5 foot statue of Gollings in front of the museum by October. (Brad Estes)

The maquette of a statue to honor “Wyoming's western artist”, E.W. “Bill” Gollings, was unveiled this week at the Sheridan County Museum.

Sheridan 6th Grader Wins PRBRC Award

Olivia Thoney, a 6th grader at Sheridan Junior High School, earned one of four Powder River Basin Resource Council Youth Conservation Awards for her science fair project on “efficiency of wind turbines”.

SCSD2 Board Talks Kindergarten, Construction

The next step for parents registering their children for kindergarten in School District 2 schools will be screenings April 11 and 12 at Sagebrush Elementary.

Special Council Meeting on Commercial Park SID

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Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey

The Sheridan City Council held a special meeting Tuesday regarding ordinance #2123, creation of a special improvement district for the Sheridan Commercial Park. Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey explains why the special meeting was called.

Call Before You Burn

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Call Before You Burn

Sheridan County residents are reminded to use caution by calling the Sheridan Dispatch Center prior to burning any vegetation on their property.

JCSD1 Board Approves Moving Ahead With New School

Artists' drawing of Cloud Peak Elementary School

At their meeting Monday night, the Johnson County School Board voted to allow Superintendent Dr. Rod Kessler to pursue funding and approval of the new Cloud Peak Elementary School.

Buffalo Police Chief Reports Sexual Assaults on Minors

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder gave a report to the city council at last week's meeting that included 678 incidents that occurred in the city in February, including two suicide attempts and four sexual assaults on minors.