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February 4th, 2015

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 5, 1915

The home of Mr. and Mrs. Sonneman on Illinois Street was the scene of a pretty wedding this week.

Council Hears Request for Processing Business

Ranchester's town council has set a public hearing at the Feb. 17 meeting for a proposed sausage-making facility on the town's Main Street.

Chamber Alert Issued for Ad Solicitation

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The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce issued an alert to chamber members today about being contacted by a Ken Riley, or another representative of The Basin Press.

Sheridan Man Killed in Crash South of Gillette

A man from Sheridan was killed Monday afternoon in a two-vehicle crash on state Highway 50 south of Gillette.

Updating the Master Plan

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The City of Sheridan now has an updated Parks and Recreation Master Plan, this after the City Council unanimously voted in favor of adopting the updated plan at their meeting earlier this week.

February 4th

Jentel Presents Their Artists in Residency

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The current artists in residency at Jentel, four visual and two writers, talked about their work and their process Tuesday evening in the Sagebrush Community Art Center on Fifth Street in Sheridan.

Gollings Sale Called 'Historic Event'

The man who appraised 10 paintings by western artist Bill Gollings said the proposed sale of the works is an historic event.

The Long Road to Independence

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It doesn’t happen very often, but for Mark Morel, Tuesday afternoon was a long-awaited step towards independence. Morel was severely injured in a car crash in 2008 and since, has been a client of RENEW in the Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) unit.

Senate Initially Passes Medicaid Bill, Burns Gives Opinion

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A bill that would expand Medicaid in that state passed its first reading in the Wyoming Senate this week. Sheridan Media’s Hannah Stepenoff spoke with Sen. Bruce Burns about his concerns with the bill.

Unclaimed Funds Available Through State Treasury

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Unclaimed funds are available through the Wyoming State Treasurer’s Office, according to unclaimed property director Nancy Russell.