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Arrest Made For Terroristic Threats

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A 16-year-old male has been arrested and charged with terroristic threats, a felony, for posts that he made to the social media platform Instagram, where an implied threat was made toward Sheridan High School.

Conversations in History

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A dozen or so hearty souls braved the blizzard-like conditions Wednesday morning for this month’s ‘Conversations in History,’ meeting, featuring Helen Laumann talking about the Dome Lake Club.

The Antique Roadshow

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The Community Room at the Hub on Smith Street in Sheridan became the center point for both things old and sometimes priceless as Ken Huermann and crew held the Antique Roadshow on Tuesday.

Mayhew Found Guilty

A district court jury found William Mayhew guilty on four counts of sexual assault in the third degree Wednesday night after about an hour and a half of deliberation.

Sales of Chamber Bucks Tops $100,000

Sales of Chamber Bucks last year blew the sales numbers for 2016 out of the water.

High School Instagram Under Investigation

An Instagram posted either Tuesday night or early Wednesday morning is under investigation because the material is being viewed as a threat to Sheridan High School.

North Main Strategic Plan

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The North Main Association continues their goal of revitalizing the North Main area in Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

The Batch: Emerging Young Artists

The SAGE Community Arts Center in Sheridan will displaying the work of Sheridan County teenagers for the next month, as the show entitled “The Batch: Emerging Young Artists,” opens today at the art center in downtown Sheridan.

City to Consider Sheridan College Sign Master Plan

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In mid December, Sheridan College submitted a request to the City of Sheridan for approval of a sign master plan that would essentially allow electronic signage on campus.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.

HEALTH CARE FRAUD

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A judge has sentenced a Wyoming psychologist to three years in prison and ordered him to pay nearly $2.3 million in restitution for health care fraud.

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