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Legislative Forum Wraps Up After Day Two

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce held their second and final day of the Legislative Forums Thursday. State Senators Dave Kinskey and Bruce Burns, along with Representatives Mike Madden, Mark Kinner, Mark Jennings and Bo Biteman heard 19 presentations from the community.

Strategic Planning Listening Session with UW

The University of Wyoming Watt Building Rooms 131 and 132 on the Sheridan College Campus were filled with eager members of the community Thursday as UW President Laurie Nichols and several other UW representatives held a strategic planning and listening session.

Bad Billy’s Best Christmas Pageant Ever

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Erin Butler, the Executive Director of Sheridan’s WYO Theater, stopped by our Public Pulse show this week to chat about upcoming events. One event that was talked about was Bad Billy’s Best Christmas Pageant Ever and Butler brought Bad Billy Craft himself to join her on the program.

Sheridan Health Center Provides Update for State Legislators

Wendy Ongaro, Executive Director and Primary Care Provider for the Sheridan Health Center, was present at the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce’s Legislative Forum Wednesday to provide an update.

Chamber Legislative Forum Day One

On Wednesday, the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce’s Legislative Forum started. In attendance were representatives from ACT, Sheridan Memorial Hospital, all three of Sheridan County’s School Districts, and several others.

Resolution on Wrench Ranch Phase 1 Plat Approved at Council Meeting

At Monday night’s Sheridan City Council Meeting, Planning Director Robert Briggs presented Resolution 38-16, Wrench Ranch Phase 1 plat for the council’s approval.

Science Lecture Scheduled for Wednesday at Sheridan College

The community is invited to Sheridan College on Wednesday night for one of their semesterly Science Lectures. According to Dr.

Little Free Library Installed Tuesday at Sheridan’s Pizza Hut

Tuesday morning, there was a slight breeze that made the 8 degree temperature outside seem like 10 below, but that did not stop Pizza Hut from installing the communities new Little Free Library. Mike Kocher, Pizza Hut’s Area General Manager, shares more.

Snow Removal Update Given at City Council

Sheridan City Operations Superintendent Mathers Heuck, provided an update on the snow storm that happened on November 17th at Monday night’s Sheridan City Council meeting. All together he said the snow removal cost the city just over $23,000.

Sheridan County Children’s and Youth Chorales Perform Tuesday

The Sheridan County Children’s and Youth Chorales will present their christmas performance Tuesday night at Sheridan’s WYO Theater according to Erin Butler, the WYO’s Executive Director.

We The People Teams Gear Up for the State Competition

Several teams, representing different Wyoming High Schools, will compete against one another next week on their knowledge of a certain document that was signed by George Washington and Benjamin Franklin. Studying the U.S.

Pizza Hut To Install New “Little Free Library” Tuesday

There will be a new library outside Pizza Hut in Sheridan on Tuesday. This is a company wide initiative according to Elizabeth Kubik, with Pizza Hut’s Corporate Content and Communications Office.

New City Administrator Getting Settled In

Sheridan’s new City Administrator Mark Collins started work on Wednesday in Sheridan’s City Hall. After a busy couple of days, Collins caught up with us to share a little about himself.

Short Meeting for the Sheridan City Council

On Monday night, the Sheridan City Council will meet for the second to last time of 2016. The meeting should be short as Mayor John Heath says is often the case in December.

3rd Annual Strike Out Cancer on Sunday

November, which is Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month, is now over but the fight against that disease is not. Locals Sarah Richter and Jami Kukal have been holding an annual fundraiser dubbed Strike Out Cancer since 2014 to raise awareness and funds for the fight against pancreatic cancer.

NSI Employees to Participate in Training

Sheridan’s Normative Services Inc. provides services for at-risk, adjudicated, and emotionally disturbed youth. According to Ethan Manning, Group Living Director at NSI, all of their 100 plus staff members will go through training within the next 60 days.

Pet Pictures with Santa

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Get your pets groomed and ready because on Saturday they will have the chance to take a picture with the christmas big guy himself. From 11am-4pm Santa Claus will be on hand at Muddy Paw Prints, behind Sheridan’s Starbucks, to take pictures with your pets.

Power Outage on Tuesday Afternoon Explained

At around 3:30 Tuesday afternoon, several thousands Sheridan area Montana Dakota Utilities customers were affected by a brief power outage. MDU Spokesman Mark Hanson.

Deceased Male Found in the Bighorns

According to the Sheridan County Sheriff’s Department, a deceased male was found in the Bighorn Mountains on Saturday evening.

December Library Events Headlined by Craig Johnson Readings

Cameron Duff, the Director of the Sheridan Fulmer Library, recently was a guest on our news talk show public pulse. One of the topics discussed was upcoming programs, in particular the annual Christmas story readings by local author Craig Johnson.