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May 16th, 2015

US 14A Opens Monday

A 22-mile stretch of a scenic mountain road that takes travelers through the Big Horn Mountains from Sheridan to Lovell will open at noon on Monday.

Dining For a Cause to Benefit Sheridan Public Arts

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Another Dining for a Cause event at Frackelton’s is scheduled for this Monday, and as part of the ongoing fundraiser, all of Monday’s lunch and dinner sales, as well as a match of the tips earned by servers, will be donated to the Sheridan Public Arts Committee.

May 15th

Kindt Resigns from Sheridan Health Center

Cathi Kindt has resigned as director of the Sheridan Health Center, a position she's held for nine years.

Sheridan Inn Opens Doors to Guests

K.C. and Candice Carden, and their 4-year-old daughter Kamryn stepped into history Friday as the first guests of the historic Sheridan Inn on Broadway Street in more than half a century.

Big Horn Schools Announce Spring Concerts

The high school and middle school students in Big Horn will present their annual spring concerts in the next two weeks.

A Look Back in Time: May 16, 1915

S.W. Sinscheimer, vice president and general manager of the Holly Sugar company, will arrive in Sheridan this afternoon accompanied by his family.

First-Ever Juried Photography Show at SAGE

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The Sheridan Artist Guild held it first-ever Juried Photography Show this month and the artists’ reception took place Friday night. The exhibit includes 40 photographs from 30 local and regional artists.

May 14th

County Attorney Says Officer Body Cams Need More Study

Body cams for police officers, which are being considered by the Sheridan force, could be beneficial, but not until all the bugs regarding data storage, retrieval and editing issues, along with privacy concerns, are worked out.

Schlegel Sentenced in District Court

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A sentencing hearing was held Thursday in Fourth Judicial District Court in Sheridan for 21-year-old Taran Schlegel. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

‘Unplug’ Week Begins Monday

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The Sheridan Community Land Trust has a week full of events that begin Monday that encourage children to get outside and “unplug” for a week. To kick things off, the Banana Slug String Band will be performing at the WYO Theater from 6 to 8 Monday night.