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Latest Court Proceedings Released By Jo Co Attorney

Johnson County Prosecuting Attorney Ken DeCock's office has released the latest information on recent court proceedings handled by his office.

Buffalo BLM, Honor Camp Partner For Rehab Of Mallo Trail

The Bureau of Land Management announced that the Buffalo Field Office and the Wyoming Honor Conservation Camp will be partnering for a rehabilitation project on the Mallo Trail this month.

A trail crew will begin deferred maintenance the week of September 16th-20th.

Bicyclist Killed in Crash North of Sheridan

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The Wyoming Highway Patrol has confirmed that an unknown male bicyclist was killed Sunday morning 4 miles north of Sheridan.

Fluoride The Short Version

Some folks think fluoride should not be added to the drinking water because it is a poison and I respect their choice to not drink the water. However, the plain truth is that, everything is a poison! It is the concentration that matters.

LeAnn Rimes Cancels Tonight's Sheridan Show Due to Flu

LeAnn Rimes Cancels Tonight's Sheridan Show Due to Flu

Country music star LeAnn Rimes announced Thursday night she's cancelling her show in Sheridan due to the flu. The Trails End Concert Park is having a free concert tonight that's open to everyone featuring the bands Jagertown and Asphalt Cowby.

WYDOT to Host Public Meeting Next Monday

WYDOT to Host Public Meeting Next Monday

Wyoming Department of Transportation officials will be hosting a public meeting on Monday, August 26 to discuss possible changes to WYDOT’s specific signing program.

Caesar Arrives at Sheridan College

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(from left to right): Caesar replica builder, Michael Holland, SC Geology Museum supervising volunteer, Bill Matteson and former student, who named Caesar, Jessica McClelland hold the replicated skull before carrying it into the new Edward A. Whitney Academic Center at Sheridan College. (Photo Courtesy of Sheridan College)

The installation of the replicated skeleton of Caesar the Allosaurus began at Sheridan College Monday. Caesar will greet visitors and students from the second floor of the new Edward A. Whitney Academic Center.

Two Brothers Busted in Sheridan for Methamphetamine Manufacture

Two Brothers Busted in Sheridan for Methamphetamine Manufacture (Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons)

On Monday, the Northeast Enforcement Team, with the assistance of the Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office, arrested two brothers, Joseph M. Reeson and Jonathan M. Reeson, for Unlawful Manufacture of a Controlled Substance/Methamphetamine and Delivery of a Controlled Substance/Methamphetamine.

Upland Bird and Small Game Seasons Opening Soon

Opening day for hunting mourning doves, sharp-tailed grouse, blue grouse, ruffed grouse, and small game is set for September 1st, 2013.

SC Tech Students Rank High at National Competition

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Sheridan College technical education students have returned from the national SkillsUSA Championship competition in Kansas City, Mo. with national rankings.

Edwards Found Guilty Of Sexual Abuse Of A Minor

In Johnson County District Court on Tuesday, August 6th, Trevor Edwards was found guilty by a jury of one count of Sexual Abuse of a Minor in the Second Degree.

WYO Capital Campaign Public Phase Begins

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(Photo by Ron Richter)

The WYO Theater Capital Campaign has begun the public phase of the campaign under the direction of Kennon Products CEO Ron Kensey.

Brothers Guilty Of Family Violence Battery

On Thursday, July 30, Cody Brothers was found guilty in Johnson County District Court of Family Violence Battery after a jury trial that lasted two days.

Letter from the Public: Big Business and Fluoridation

Letter from the Public: Big Business and Fluoridation (Photo courtesy Flickr user athena)

I take exception to [the] comment in [a 2010 issue of] the Sheridan Press stating that tooth decay is the most common long term disease in children.

The Snow Leopard's Tale

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Sheridan author Tom McIntyre recently published a book called “The Snow Leopard’s Tale.” Wyoming Public Radio’s Willow Belden reports.

Letter from the Public: Obama Energy Tax Will Kill Economic Growth, Jobs

Last month, President Obama unveiled his plan for a national energy tax. On Thursday, I am introducing legislation that will give senators a chance to tell the American people exactly where they stand on this proposal.

Search in Big Horn County Ends

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UPDATE Wednesday 4:15 pm
Q2 News out of Billings, Montana has reported that the search has ended for a Crow Tribe Fish and Wildlife Ranger in Big Horn County.

SMH Urgent Care Project Receives Generous Gift

The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Foundation has announced that they've received a $105,000 gift from the Herbert G. and Dorothy Zullig Foundation.

Fire Off of 5th Street - Update With Video

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UPDATE 3:25PM

Sheridan Fire-Rescue along with Goose Valley Fire Department and Rocky Mountain Ambulance responded to a fire call shortly after 10:30 Thursday morning on the 1000 block of Adams Street. Sheridan Fire Marshal Brian Songer explains what ensued after crews arrived on scene.

Songer said that the origin and cause of the fire remains under investigation. We'll have more information on this story as it becomes available.

Scott Foundation Gives $250K to the WYO

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The Homer A. and Mildred S. Scott Foundation has pledged $250,000 to the WYO Theater Capital Campaign according to Richard Davis and Kandi Davis, co-chairs of the campaign.