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March 12th, 2015

Elliott to Serve Jail Time for Burglary, Stalking

A local man will serve jail time for burglary and stalking. Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

Theater Guild Cancels ‘9 to 5’ Musical Production

The Civic Theatre Guild's production of the musical '9-5,' scheduled to be brought to the local stage this spring, has been canceled.

Thursday 03-13-15

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Montana Crow Tribe Member Pleads Guilty in Wyoming Poaching

A member of the Crow Tribe in Montana has pleaded guilty to charges related to the poaching of three elk in northern Wyoming last year.

March 11th

Elks Lodge #520 Donates to the Food Group

A local group that helps provide food for children received a sizable donation Wednesday. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

Water Board Approves Contracts for Projects

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Contracts for two projects were approved by the Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board at their monthly meeting Wednesday. A contract not to exceed $61,640 was awarded to OMP Engineering Inc.

CAST Chairman: Airline Pullout Won't Change Plans

The chairman of Sheridan County's Critical Air Service Team, which is also known as CAST, said Great Lakes Airways' termination notice this week won't change what the committee is already doing.

Patton's Condition Still Unchanged

State Rep. John Patton continues to battle an inflammation in his lungs at a hospital in Cheyenne.

Adventurer Showcases Vietnam's Caves

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Mark Jenkins, contributing writer to The National Geographic Magazine and writer-in-residency at the University of Wyoming presented a program called Vietnam Underground, Wednesday night, in the Early Auditorium of the Sheridan Junior High School and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this story.