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Suit Against Hospital to Continue Next Week

A lawsuit against Sheridan Memorial Hospital alleging negligence and malpractice will continue Monday in district court.

Microbrewery Hearing Scheduled at Council Meeting

A big item on the agenda for Sheridan's next city council meeting is a public hearing on a request for a microbrewery license.

College Foundation to Feature Author at Cocktail Seminar

Author Philip Greene will tell stories and anecdotes about Ernest Hemingway's time and legacy in Wyoming during a cocktail seminar next month at the Sheridan Inn.

Tidbit Tuesday Features Constellations

For the second and final Tidbit Tuesday of the month, the youngsters that attend the Sheridan County Historical Society and Museum’s program will learn about Constellations from Fort Phil Kearny’s Misty Stoll.

County Fire Restrictions Still In Place, No Talk of Ban Yet

Much of the west coast and some states surrounding Wyoming have been dealing with fires over the past several weeks. Sheridan County and most of the state has been relatively quiet in terms of infernos this season but that doesn’t mean we are out of the woods yet.

Commissioners Urge County Homeowners to Have Visible House Number

When responding to an emergency call, knowing the victim’s location is paramount.

Felony Stalking Suspect Sentenced in District Court

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A California man with a criminal history that spans almost two decades, was sentenced in Fourth Judicial District Court in Sheridan Thursday for a crime he committed late last year in Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Equine Assisted Therapy

Children, Horses, and Adults in Partnership, or CHAPS, is a local nonprofit program developed to provide Equine Assisted Therapy services for people in our community.

Wyoming Prepared for Primary Election

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With just a few days to go before Primary Election Day in Wyoming, the Secretary of State’s Office is reminding voters that they can be confident in the accuracy and fairness of Wyoming elections.

Former neurosurgeon sentenced for bankruptcy fraud

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BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — A former Montana and Wyoming neurosurgeon has been sentenced to two years in federal prison for trying to hide assets when he filed for bankruptcy after being sued for malpractice.

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