Sheridan

Three Officers Promoted at City Hall

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A ceremony was held Wednesday at Sheridan City Hall to promote three Sheridan Police Officers. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

2014 a Hard Year on Public Arts

This past year hasn't gone well for Sheridan's public arts program.

Local Florist Decorates Floats for Rose Parade

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Sheridan resident Linda Robbins, who owns Annie Greenthumb's Flowers and Gifts in Sheridan, has spent the past week in California helping decorate several floats for Thursday's Rose Parade in Pasadena.

Chief Picks Koltiska, Ringley to Help Lead Police Department

Two of the Sheridan Police Department's long-time officers are being promoted to help lead the department.

A Look Back in Time: Dec. 31, 1914

Initial steps were taken this past year by which government land in Sheridan County will pass into private ownership through homestead filings.

Reed's Among Most Successful Stores in Sheridan

One of the booming businesses in Sheridan in 1914 was Reed's.

Local Resident Says ABLE Act Would Limit Her Savings

A proposed law that’s working its way through Congress is of great concern to a local resident. 37-year-old Jeannie Ellinger of Sheridan who receives disability says the ABLE Act would not allow her to save $2,000 without affecting her benefits.

Hospital Offers Insurance Marketplace Enrollment Sessions

The Sheridan Memorial Hospital has planned several public presentations regarding the 2015 Health Insurance Marketplace Enrollment.

Frackelton's Fundraiser Takes Bite out of Shelter Expenses

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Sheridan's Dog and Cat Shelter received a welcome gift from Frackelton's monthly fundraiser “Dining for a Cause.”

Groundbreaking Set for New Covered Ice Arena

Ground will be broken on March 1 for a new covered ice rink in Sheridan.

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