A Look Back At March & April 2009

It’s time to relive some of the news highlights from March and April 2009. Several March storms dumped huge amounts of snow on Sheridan and slowed travel and business for the last couple weeks of the month.

Normative Services lost its contract with the state of Wyoming after several runaways and accusations of abuse caused issues for the alternative school.

The City of Sheridan began to solicit public comments on the future of the “South Park” area purchased by the City. Project Manager Tom O’Leary…

In April we said goodbye to nearly 70 men and women who were part of the largest Wyoming National Guard deployment in decades.

The Wyoming Sawmills property was sold ending any chances that the sawmill would re-open under new management.

A one vehicle accident on Interstate 90, near K-Mart resulted in one fatality and the driver facing homicide charges.

And, Swine Flu started to make its way to Wyoming, although Sheridan did not have any confirmed cases at the time.

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