City Council Approves One Franchise Agreement, Tables Another

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The Sheridan City Council met for its first regularly scheduled meeting of June Monday night. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Multi-Vehicle Crash on Main Street

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A multi-vehicle crash occurred on Main Street in downtown Sheridan, late Monday afternoon. Details on the incident will be posted, as information becomes available.


Crash South of Buffalo Kills One

A Colorado woman was killed in a single-vehicle crash Sunday night about 15 miles south of Buffalo.

Creeks Still High, County Road Remains Closed

The Big and Little Goose creeks are still running high, and County Road 66 remains closed in the aftermath of the storm that moved through Sheridan County early last week.

Deadline’s Today for Deer, Antelope Hunting Licenses

Today is the application deadline for the limited quota deer and antelope hunting licenses for this year’s hunting season and limited quota elk licenses for residents.

This Week’s Poll Question

Wyoming's U.S. Senator Mike Enzi has introduced a bill that would make it legal to carry a pocket knife from one state to another if it's legal in both states.

Franchise Agreements and Budget Discussion on Tap For City Council

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The Sheridan City Council will consider on second reading franchise agreements with ACT and Charter Communications tonight at their regularly scheduled meeting. Sheridan Mayor John Heath explains how the agreements generate revenue for the city.

Rabies Clinic Begins Tuesday

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The annual Dog and Cat Shelter’s Rabies Clinic begins Tuesday at the band shell in Kendrick Park. Debie Crawford, director of the shelter gives us the details.

The Rhino Chase-A Kids Fun Run

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Bailey, the Rhino, was on hand to encourage a multitude of pint-sized runners as they ran around the Sheridan College campus on Saturday. Any children, from age 0-15 could choose between a 5K Rhino Run, a 2 point 5 K Rhino Trot, a 1K Rhino Chase, plus a 50 yard Diaper Dash.

Health Care 'High Priority' for County Board

Health care for Sheridan County's poorest residents is again a high priority for the board that must choose how to distribute federal funds for maximum benefit to the community.

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