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Sheridan County Historical Society Monthly Meeting Is This Thursday

The Sheridan County Historical Society monthly meeting and program is this Thursday March 25th at the Sheridan Holiday Inn. Mary Ellen McWilliams with the Historical Society says they've got a good program planned for this month.

Spring’s First Day Marks Sheridan Ice’s Last

By Judy Hagerott

More than 200 people showed up for food, fun, and frolic as Sheridan Ice sponsored its end of year free skate and bar-b-que this past Saturday. Fifty degree weather and sunny skies were a bonus as families took to the ice in an end of season hurrah.

Concerned Citizens Invited to Second Town Hall Meeting

Three weeks ago, the Alliance for Substance Abuse Prevention of Sheridan County, or ASAP, held the first of two Town Hall meetings on preventing underage drinking. The second will be held Tuesday night, March 23rd at the C-Tel Presentation Hall at Sheridan College.

Third Try's the Charm for Reagan Day Speaker

It used to be called the Lincoln Day dinner, but about three years ago the Sheridan Republican party changed the name to the Reagan Day dinner. Saturday night at the Holiday Inn, Sheridan Republicans gathered for their version of the event. Organizer Russ Hart explains why the change in name.

Mental Evaluation Ordered in Lummis Threat Case

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) - A federal judge has ruled that a woman who is charged with threatening U.S. Rep. Cynthia Lummis receive a mental evaluation in Seattle to determine her competency for trial.

Cynthia Lummis Votes Against "Obama Care"

A media release issued by U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis of Wyoming indicates that Lummis "stood with the overwhelming majority of American people Sunday night by voting against final passage of the Democrats' $1 trillion job-killing government takeover of the nation’s health care system."

Poll Question Asks Your Opinion on Current Health Care Bill

The debate in Congress lasted most of Sunday over the proposed Health Care Bill. Despite all House Republicans and just over thirty Democrats voting against it late last night in Washington D.C., the bill passed the House. This week's Bank of Sheridan/sheridanmedia.com poll question is, "Do you support the Health Care Bill as currently proposed?"

Wyoming's Very Unusual Flu Season

This has been a very unusual year in Wyoming--at least health-wise. Sheridan County Public Nurse Educator Katie Hiller.

It's been strange this year, you may have guessed, because of the H1N1 virus, also known as "swine flu." Part of what is strange, Hiller says, is how this virus has impacted regular flu rates.

Ten Inch Water Line Almost Complete In Ranchester

Construction of the ten inch water line project in Ranchester should be complete by the end of this week. Ranchester Mayor Cliff Clevenger.

Clevenger said that once the water line is done, they'll be moving on to several other big projects in the Town.

Now Is A Good Time To Register Your Boat For Summer

While many Wyoming waters are still ice covered, the Game and Fish is encouraging boaters to register their boats now for the upcoming year. Game and Fish Information Specialist Warren Mischke says that registration can now be done at the Sheridan Regional Office.

SheridanWyoming.com

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