Archive - Apr 2018 - News

April 25th

Whitney Presents $11.36 Million to Sheridan College

In a celebration that included tours of Sheridan College's new Technical Center, Whitney Benefits presented a second-century legacy gift to the college Wednesday of nearly $11.37 million.

Ag Students Shine at National Competition

Seven Sheridan College agricultural program students excelled in several individual and team categories in recent competition at the 2018 National Postsecondary Agricultural Student Organization Conference.

Santosha Yoga Workshop:Yin and Yang

Santosha Yoga of Sheridan is hosting their Annual workshop this weekend with Nationally known teachers Baxter Bell and Melina Meza. Owner Dr.

Guys and Dolls Jr. Auditions

Area youngsters will have a chance this weekend to be apart of Tandem Productions Guys and Dolls Jr. as they will hold auditions at the WYO Theater.

Drug Take Back Day

The Annual National Drug Take Back Day is set for Saturday and the Sheridan Police Department will once again be participating in the effort to keep prescription drugs from being abused. Sheridan Police Lt.

April 24th

Consultants, City, Host Open House for Streetscape Project

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An open house was hosted Tuesday night by the City of Sheridan and Community Builders in an effort to garner ideas and concepts for the Downtown Sheridan Streetscape project.

Cabin Burglar Co-Defendant Receives Lengthy Prison Sentence

A man responsible for breaking into two cabins in the Bighorn Mountains last fall was sentenced Tuesday in Fourth Judicial District Court in Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Sheridan Man Receives Deferred Sentence

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31-year-old Nicholas Preslar of Sheridan was sentenced Tuesday in Fourth Judicial District Court for his role in injuring an officer with the Sheridan Police Department and breaking the glass to a door at the Best Western Sheridan Center on October 10 of last year.

Mother who exaggerated illness imprisoned for failing to pay

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CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — A judge has sentenced a woman to prison for failing to pay restitution handed down to her for exaggerating her son's illness for financial gain.

The Casper Star-Tribune reports that Krishelle Layton three years ago was ordered to pay just over $5,100, but paid back just $40.

Wyoming plan to increase grizzly hunt quotas in dispute

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HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Conservation groups alleged Tuesday that Wyoming used part of Montana's grizzly bear hunting quota to increase its own allocation for a proposed hunt this year, even though Montana wildlife regulators voted not to give away any part of its quota.