Archive - Apr 4, 2018 - News

Court Decree Focus of Meeting at Library

Montana can't call for water from Wyoming unless there is substantial evidence that the Tongue River Reservoir will not fill by the end of the water year.

This Week's Poll Question

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Looking at TV this week, just what do Sheridan viewers think about the rave reviews of the comeback series called Roseanne?

Sheridan College Hosts Demo Day

About 150 high school juniors, seniors and homeschool students from the Sheridan area had a chance to get hands-on experience at Sheridan College during Demo Day Wednesday at the college's Technical Education Center.

Fundraiser Set for Second Chance Cat Rescue

Luminous Brewery will host a fundraiser for the Second Chance Sheridan Cat Rescue on April 20.

First Northern Bank Hoops Hysteria Winner

The madness of March has come and gone and with that so has First Northern Bank’s Hoops Hysteria competition on sheridanmedia.com.

Career Fair Next Wednesday

On Wednesday, members of the community will have a chance to attend a Career Fair at the Sheridan College Whitney Building Atrium that will feature over 35 employers.

Wyoming Baroque at the Whitney Center Friday

On Friday evening, the Sheridan College Whitney Center for the Arts will present their ensemble in residence Wyoming Baroque. According to the group’s music director and violone player, Dr.

Police Lieutenant Discusses Training at FBI Academy

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A local member of law enforcement recently graduated from training at the National FBI Academy. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

Senator Kinskey, Sheridan Port of Entry Receive Recognition at Council Meeting

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The Wyoming Highway Patrol Sheridan Port of Entry and State Senator Dave Kinskey of Sheridan were honored last month with the Saving Lives Leadership Award from the Wyoming Governor’s Council on Impaired Driving.

Ex-councilman's suit against former police chief dismissed

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CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit brought by former Casper City Councilman Craig Hedquist, who accused a former police chief of violating his privacy in an attempt to sabotage his political career.