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Better Business Bureau Offers Flood Cleanup Tips

In the aftermath of recent rainstorms and with a forecast of more rain on the way, a spokesperson from the Better Business Bureau says make sure you know what your insurance covers.

Local Police Department Acquires Drug Incinerator

During a recent interview with Sheridan Police Chief Rich Adriaens, he said his department now has a drug incinerator, because last year marked the end of the federal funding of the drug take back program.

Game Official, Once Again, Says Leave Wildlife Alone

Bud Stewart of the local Game and Fish office in Sheridan says they’re still incurring problems with people picking up newborn wildlife.

Hospice of the Big Horns Receives Highest Level of Recognition

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Sheridan Memorial Hospital’s Hospice of the Big Horns has been named a 2015 Hospice Honors Elite recipient for scoring above the national average on post-care surveys.

City Council Tables Charter Franchise Agreement

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The Sheridan City Council once again addressed ordinances at their meeting Monday night pertaining to franchise agreements With A-C-T and Charter Communications. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

Applications Available for Tax Refund Program

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The Wyoming Department of Health is reminding those that qualify for their Tax Refund for Elderly and Disabled Program, must submit their applications by August 31.

Chamber Shares Mars Building Dedication Photo

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Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce:

The new Forrest E. Mars, Jr. Building at the Brinton Museum was described as “a gift to Wyoming” by Governor Matt Mead.

State Trooper Injured in Crash

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A Wyoming state trooper was injured Monday afternoon in a two vehicle crash on US Highway 14/16/20, west of Cody at the entrance of Yellowstone Valley Inn. His name was not released by the state highway patrol.

Hazardous Weather Outlook Reinstated

Sheridan County is again under a National Weather Service hazardous weather outlook as of shortly after 3:30 this morning.

Commissioners Won't Declare County Disaster

Sheridan County commissioners will not declare Sheridan County a disaster area because of high water and flooding from storms that moved through the area the first two weeks of the month.

SheridanWyoming.com

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