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February 9th, 2015

Trial Date Set on Assault Charge

Trial has been set for July 1 for a Sheridan man charged with aggravated assault and battery.

UPDATE: Search for Missing Girl Continues

Johnson County Sheriff Steve Kozisek gave a short media conference at the Powder River Rest Area east of Buffalo at about 11:30 this morning to update the public on the search efforts for a 4 year-old girl that fell through the ice Sunday night.

Art Lovers Shared Their Works

As part of the "Love On Your Art" fundraiser presented by the Sagebrush Community Art Center on Saturday night at the Sheridan Inn in Sheridan, people were asked to donate their art to be auctioned off.

'Caring Transitions' Offers Relocation Services for Seniors

A Sheridan company that opened in the fall, offers relocation services for seniors. Sheridan Media’s Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

UPDATE: Search Continues for Child Who Fell Through Ice

UPDATE: Noon
As broadcast earlier, we’d confirmed a report that local authorities were searching for a 4-year-old girl who had fallen through the ice on the Powder River at an Interstate 90 rest stop east of Buffalo.

February 9th

This Week’s Poll Question

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To vaccinate or not, that seems to be the question as a measles outbreak that began in southern California has infected over 100 people nationwide.

Saturday U at Sheridan College

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Saturday was an invitation for people to join in community discussions and simply have the opportunity to sit back and think. The atrium of Sheridan College’s Whitney Academic Center became a classroom for this year’s first Saturday U, an outreach from the University of Wyoming.

Sheridan Educator, State Superintendent Talk Issues

Sheridan educator Mick Wiest hopes he gave Wyoming's state school superintendent some food for thought in a meeting last week.

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Johnson County Signs MOU On Crossbow Oil And Gas Project

Johnson County Commission Chair Jim Hicks signed a Memorandum Of Understanding (MOU) concerning the Greater Crossbow Oil and Gas Project that is planned for Converse and Campbell Counties.