Sheridan

Vehicle Fire Under Investigation

The cause of the vehicle fire we reported on earlier that destroyed a pickup truck on West Fifth Street remains under investigation.

Commission Makes Ringley Chair

Sheridan County's Commissioner Ringley rotates to the top as the commission gets back to business in the new year. Sheridan Media's Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

UW’s Skin Research Could Help Control Pain

A research project which is ongoing at the state's only university could help control pain. Sheridan Media's Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

UPDATES: Burglary Arrest, Vehicle Fire, Crashes, Avalanche

After eight months of investigation, an arrest in the burglary of the Hospital Pharmacy in Sheridan's downtown district was made on Monday. 26-Year-old Kyle Logan Fearnow of Sheridan was arrested for his involvement in the May 30 burglary of the pharmacy on Main Street.

Zumba for the Cause...

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“Zumba for the Cause, Party for the Paws,” three nights of free Zumba began on Monday with Zumba Instructors Lorrie Anderson and Sydney Bower. What makes these three sessions special is that any donations received will help benefit the Sheridan Dog and Cat Shelter.

A Look Back in Time: Jan. 6, 1915

Attorneys for Frank Claybaugh, accused of stealing and slaughtering a steer, have introduced evidence that the crime, if it did happen, did not happen in Sheridan County.

“Tween” Program Begins Today at Fulmer Library

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The Sheridan Fulmer Public Library is kicking off its first tween-based program this week.

City Councilors Sworn In

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The Sheridan City Council welcomed two new councilors at their meeting Monday night. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Outgoing Councilman: 'Bring Back the Wards'

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Prior to the new councilors being sworn in at Monday night's Sheridan City Council meeting, outgoing Councilman Robert Webster took a moment to leave the council with the recommendation that the City go back to the ward system that was removed last year.

Sheridan County Officials Sworn In

Ten Sheridan County officials took the oaths of office Monday morning in the district courtroom of Judge John J. Fenn.

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