Sheridan Media Week In Review

Sheridan Media Week In Review

Here's a look at top headlines from the past week:

61-year-old J. Tuck barricaded himself in the Apple Tree Inn for several hours Tuesday. He was transported to the Sheridan V.A. for an evaluation after a standoff with police after he had displayed a knife. Tuck was assumed to be homeless, but was renting a room at the Apple Tree in.

The Historic Sheridan Inn was the site Monday night of a public open house hosted by the North Main Association and the Leland Consulting Group out of Portland, Oregon regarding NMA's economic development initiative. anaging Principal with the Leland Consulting Group Chris Zahas says that they continue to listen to ideas about the future of North Main.

Zahas indicated that it will most likely be another month before the economic growth plan will be complete,.

Cynthia Lummis chimed in on her opinion regarding Mitt Romney's selected running mate, Paul Ryan.

Lummis also expressed her frustration that congress did not pass a farm bill before adjourning for summer recess. recess.

Lummis will appear on Public Pulse on Newstalk 930, KROE, with host Kim Love next Monday.

Sheridan mayor, Dave Kinskey, backed the Sheridan Senior Center's initiative to bring awareness to exploitation of elderly people. Mayor Kinskey said the first step in fighting abuse is education. education.

Stay tuned to Sheridan Media News next week to hear more about the new educational campaign to protect senior citizens from exploitation.

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