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Snider Ditch Project Nearing Completion

Johnson County Commissioner Jim Hicks updated the other commissioners on the Snider Ditch Project during their most recent meeting, saying it is progressing nicely and is expected to be completed within the next couple of weeks.

Kim and Mary Kay Love Honored at Dinner

Sheridan Media owner Kim Love and his wife, Mary Kay, were among those who received the Sheridan Salvation Army's Good Samaritan Awards during a dinner and celebration of the organization's 100th year in Sheridan Saturday night.

Snickers Cup 2016 Packs the Big Horn Equestrian Center

The massive crowd at the Big Horn Equestrian Center on Saturday was constant throughout the day as a line of cars continued to traverse in and out of the 2016 Snickers Cup Soccer Tournament.

Landfill Busy Saturday

Vehicles lined East Ridge Road Saturday as people took advantage of a free trash day at Sheridan's municipal landfill, and the chance to exchange their trash for trees.

This Week’s Poll Question

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Everyone has to eat and at one time there was a sales tax on the food we buy. With the budget crunch facing the state’s economy, a few extra tax dollars couldn’t hurt.

Fatal Crash Near Newcastle

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On Tuesday, a fatal two vehicle crash resulted in the death of Laura Chord, a 17 year old Newcastle resident. The crash occurred about six miles east of Newcastle on U.S. Highway 16 at 6:45pm.

Sheridan College Gears Up for Commencement

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Sheridan College’s annual commencement day will take place Saturday, May 14. All ceremonies will take place in the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome on the College campus.

Sage-Grouse Group Requests Project Proposals

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The Northeast Wyoming Sage-Grouse local working group is requesting project proposals for habitat improvements, research, education and West Nile virus management, that will promote restoration of greater sage-grouse and their habitats within the working group area.

Three SHS Students Receive Daniels Fund Scholarships

Three Sheridan High School students have received scholarships from the Daniels Fund. According to Ed Fessler, dean of students, the three are Alyssa Magestro, Samantha Hamilton and Heather Belus.

Sheridan Police Chief Talks Traffic Safety

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The Sheridan Police Chief Richard Adrians was a guest on Sheridan Media's Public Pulse program this one of the topics that came up in the discussion with Host Kim Love was texting and driving and Adriaens says texting fits right in with enforcement of other traffic

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