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Dining for a Cause Sees Another Good Turnout

Update: Dining for a Cause at Frackelton's Monday raised $8,797.04.

Pet Resolutions: Groom Your Pets

Debie Crawford, the Executive Director of the Sheridan Animal Shelter, recommends that some of your new year’s resolutions involve your pet. As we have previously reported, diet and vet visits are an important part of a healthy and happy furry friend, but that is not all.

Sheridan PD’s New Traffic Management Plan

While guests on our news talk show public pulse, Sheridan Police Department Chief Rich Adriaens and Lt. Tom Ringley, spoke on a number of topics. Adriaens said that soon, Lt. Travis Koltiska will be unveiling the department's new Traffic Management Plan.

4-H Expo

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Hundreds filled the Exhibition Hall at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds Saturday to experience and learn more about 4-H.

Liz Shaffer headed up the event and explained its purpose.

Public Works Director on Asset Management Software

The City of Sheridan is making strides to become as transparent as possible to the community. They have done so by recently creating a new, redesigned website that is intended to be more user friendly.

New Restaurant Adds Variety to Sheridan’s Cuisine

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Open since Christmas Eve, the new Japanese Steak House called Sapporo, is the new hot spot in Sheridan and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott brings us the story.

Dining for a Cause to Benefit Local Museums

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The first Dining for a Cause of the year at Frackelton’s in downtown Sheridan will take place Monday and will benefit a quartet of local museums; the Trail End State Historic Site, the Sheridan County Museum, the Fort Phil Kearny State Historic Site and the Jim Gatchell Museum in Buffalo.

CHAPS Adds New Program

Children, Horses and Adults in Partnership, or CHAPS, has been providing equine assisted therapy services for people in Sheridan and Johnson counties since 2003.

JCHC Hires New Administrator

The Johnson County Healthcare Center in Buffalo has announced that they have hired a new administrator to replace current administrator Sandy Ward, who will retire from his position this spring.

December PD Events A Success

During the month of December, the Sheridan Police Department holds two holiday shopping events. According to Lieutenant Tom Ringley, the events are to help area children in need.