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May 12th, 2015

Sheriff’s Office Seeking Help With Recent Burglary

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The Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office is seeking help from the public to help apprehend those responsible for a recent burglary at the Lodore in Story. Sheriff’s Deputy Ryan Kerns said that the crime appears to have taken place sometime last week.

Planning Commission Approves Wrench Ranch Plat

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The City of Sheridan Planning Commission recommended approval to the City Council the final plat for the Wrench Ranch Phase Two Subdivision that consists of dividing 17 acres into two separate tracts.

May 11th

Paint and Pinot for Paws

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Wednesday, a fundraising event will be held at the Paint Post in downtown Sheridan with part of the proceeds going to benefit the Sheridan Dog and Cat Shelter.

Director of the shelter, Debie Crawford says to expect a great night.

College to Host Second Ranch Forum

Sheridan College will be the site of Sheridan's second Ranch Sustainability Forum starting next week.

Legislator Says Renovations Necessary to Herschler Building

A Sheridan County legislator says initial plans to renovate and repair Wyoming's aging Capitol Building in Cheyenne have grown to include renovations and repairs to the Herschler Building because the work is necessary.

Spring Blood Drive

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The Knights of Columbus will be hosting their Spring blood drive, Wednesday, from 2-6 in the afternoon. The drive will be held in meeting hall of the Knights of Columbus Building on East Brundage in Sheridan.

Where in the World is Dirlene?

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Now here’s an update on the travels of retired Sheridan High School Principal Dirlene Wheeler and her husband Neil on their year-long trek across the country. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott caught up with them by phone in Arizona to bring us the latest report.

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Kaycee Landowner Wants Stock Drive Vacated

A landowner near Kaycee wants the county to abandon an unused stock drive easement through her land and approached the Johnson County Commissioners asking them to do so.

Smoke in Big Horns from Controlled Burn

A plume of smoke billowing from the eastern face of the Big Horn Mountains Monday morning turned out to be a controlled burn of slash piles set by a rancher in the Story area near the Sheridan/Johnson county line.