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Sheridan County Man Sentenced for Poaching

A 62-year-old Sheridan County man was sentenced in Fourth Judicial District Court Thursday for 11 counts of Wanton Destruction of a Big Game Animal. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Sheridan Commission Approves Airport Lease Agreement

Sheridan County Airport Manager John Stopka brought a lease agreement before the county commissioners this week for their approval.

City OKs Lease Agreement For Golf Course Liquor License

The Buffalo City Council renewed a lease agreement with Joe Joseph LLC, the concessionaire of the restaurant at the Buffalo Golf Club, for the city-owned liquor license for the establishment.

Johnson County Appoints Members to Advisory Committee

Johnson County's Commissioners, at their meeting this week, appointed members of their Natural Resource Advisory Committee.

Visiting Professor to Teach Native American History Class

A visiting professor at Sheridan College will be sharing knowledge of Native American history in a class to be offered beginning next week.

Local Church Set to Receive Preservation Grant Funds

Thursday, the National Fund for Sacred Places announced that ten historic congregations across the country will receive a portion of $1.9 million in Preservation Grants and one of those recipients is located in Sheridan.

UW Ok’s Timeline for Hiring of Next President

The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees have announced that they would like to make a decision on who will serve as their next permanent president by early March.

Brinton Hosts Halloween Extravaganza

On Saturday October 26, the Brinton Museum in Big Horn will host their Things That Go Bump in the Night Halloween Extravaganza. According to a news release from Science Kids, this event is for children in the community 12 years of age and under.

MDU Power Outage Early Thursday Caused by Transmission Line

At approximately 2:15 Thursday morning, residents in Sheridan County lost power. According to information from Montana-Dakota Utilities, the cause of the outage was related to a transmission line that runs from the PP&L substation to MDU’s substation.

Voting Absentee

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In a little less than three weeks, voters in Sheridan will decide the fate of Charter Ordinance #2202, the City Administrator Ordinance. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details of how you can vote absentee in the upcoming special election.

SheridanWyoming.com

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