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Steve Rzasa Named Johnson County Library Director

Steve Rzasa has been named as the next Director of the Johnson County Library.

The library board made the decision at their meeting last Monday, but the official announcement wasn't made until Friday.

JCHC Discusses Possible One-Percent Funding For Projects

With the pharmacy remodel project coming in at roughly $400,000 and almost double the original estimate, the Board of Trustees at the Johnson County Healthcare Center discussed the possibility of pursuing one-percent funds from the county to help pay for the project.

Sheridan College Hosts Juried Student Art Exhibition

Sheridan College hosted the Juried Student Art Exhibition at the Whitney Center for the Arts this evening from 5:00 to 00 p.m.

Reception Held for 'Ergo Sum'

A series of 365 paintings of crows and ravens was in the spotlight during a reception Saturday afternoon at the Brinton Museum for Karen Bondarchuk, the artist who painted them.

Building Homes

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Five Sheridan area nonprofits recently received grants from the Wyoming Community Foundation. We continue our series on the grant recipients today with a look at Habitat for Humanity. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter
has the details.

Waddell Says She's 'Just' a Representative of Foundation

This year's Champion for Children sees herself as “just” a representative of the other trustees on the Homer A. and Mildred S. Scott Foundation.

Compass Seeks to Break Generational Cycle

Sheridan's Compass Center for Families seeks to break the generational cycle of abuse and neglect that is created by people who themselves experience abuse and neglect as children.

Veterans Tax Exemption Deadline

There is about a month left for those that qualify to receive their veterans tax exemptions.

Waddell Named 2019 Champion for Children

Arin Waddell has been named Compass Center for Families’ 2019 Champion for Children.

Oregon Resident Receives Split Sentence in District Court

An Oregon man received a split-sentence Thursday in Fourth Judicial District Court in Sheridan for being in possession of a large amount of marijuana and leading authorities on a high speed chase on Interstate 90 last summer that spanned two counties. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Biteman Talks Budget, Spending

Although the 2019 Session of the 65th Wyoming Legislature was a General Session, meaning an off year from working on the state’s biennial budget, the legislators still produce a supplemental budget during those odd numbered years.

Hospital Provides Breakfast for Volunteers

Sheridan Memorial Hospital treated volunteers to breakfast Thursday morning as a way of saying thank you for the work they do to help keep the hospital running.

Community Foundation Presents Grants to Local Nonprofits

Five local nonprofit organizations in Sheridan Wednesday received grant funding from the Wyoming Community Foundation. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Suspect in Yellowstone Assault Sentenced to Federal Prison

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The man responsible for assaulting two tourists in Yellowstone National Park last summer was sentenced to 6 and a ½ years in Federal Prison Wednesday by U.S. District Court of Wyoming Judge Nancy Freudenthal.

JCHC Board Approves Change to AHCC Admissions Policy

The Board of Trustees for the Johnson County Healthcare Center approved a change to the admissions policy at the Amie Holt Care Center, stemming from a recent issue that surfaced with a potential resident at the nursing home.

Firefighters Promoted, New Firefighter Takes Oath

Two Sheridan firefighters were promoted, and one firefighter officially took the fire department oath in ceremonies Wednesday afternoon at City Hall.

Biteman Grades 2019 Legislative Session

The 2019 General Session of the 65th Wyoming Legislature has come and gone. With over 500 bills introduced in all, the legislature kept busy during the 40 day stint.

Parent Charged With Disturbance at Coffeen School

Jason Billings, a parent of a child at Coffeen Elementary School in Sheridan, has been charged with causing a disturbance in a government building after walking into Coffeen Elementary Tuesday after being told to remain in the office area.

Sheridan Man Changes Plea in District Court

A 46-year-old Sheridan man changed his plea on a number of charges Tuesday in Fourth Judicial District Court in Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Committee Provides Update on Charter Ordinance

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In February, at the recommendation of City Attorney Brendon Kerns, the City Council formed a three person committee comprised of Council members to review and evaluate Charter Ordinance #2158, the City Administrator ordinance.