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August 4th, 2015

Jentel Presents

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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.

Hospital Board Approves Parking Lot Plans

Sheridan Memorial Hospital administrators will move forward with plans that will add 61 new parking spaces on the hospital's east side, and expand the parking area for the Northern Wyoming Mental Health Center at the corner of West Fifth Street and Highland Avenue.

Tidbit Tuesday’s are a Favorite

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Over 20 children joined Sarah Ligocki, on the porch of the Sheridan County Museum to learn about cowboys gear. Ligocki is the Curator of Education and explained what Tidbit Tuesdays are all about.

Defendant in Detox Center Shootings Waives Arraignment

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A man charged with murder and attempted murder in the shootings of two American Indians at a Riverton detox center last month has waived a preliminary hearing, sending the state's case against him to district court.

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Wyoming man appeals sentence in attempted murder for hire

County To Allow Evaluation Of IT Services

Johnson County's Commissioners are considering the possibility of changing the provider for IT (Information Technology) Services to the criminal justice center, and will now allow DigiTek to do an evaluation of those services.

Author's New Novel Featured At Book Signing Thursday

Buffalo author Steve Rzasa will be signing copies of his latest work, at a book signing event Thursday at the Johnson County Library in Buffalo.

County Commission Approves Boundary Adjustment

Johnson County's Commissioners, at their Tuesday meeting, approved and accepted a “Corrected Affidavit of Minor Boundary Adjustment” for a property owned by Dave Guyton off of Klondike Road south of Buffalo.

A Look Back in Time: Aug. 5, 1915

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Aug. 5, 1915.

Minimal Fire Activity On Sheep Creek Fire

Fire activity on the Sheep Creek Creek Fire in the Bighorn Mountains west of Dayton was minimal Tuesday, as the size of the fire remained at 1,100 acres as of 9 o’clock Tuesday night.