The Brubeck Brothers Head to Sheridan

On Thursday, The Brubeck Brothers Quartet will take the Whitney Center for the Arts Concert Hall stage to perform their jazz music. The Whitney Center’s Director, Erin Hanke, said that the concert hall is a perfect place to hear this act.

Lt. Koltiska on Traffic Management Plans

According to Sheridan Police Department Lt. Travis Koltiska, several areas in Sheridan will have a larger police presence. Koltiska said this is in an effort to help them meet some of their goals.

The Antelope Butte Foundation

The Antelope Butte Foundation is in the process of turning the old Antelope Butte Ski Area in the Bighorn National Forest into a new year long outdoor recreation area. According to Andrew Gast, the new name will be the Antelope Butte Mountain Recreation Area.

Bill For Lake DeSmet Water Rights And Assets Introduced

A bill that would allow the Wyoming Water Development Commission to negotiate a purchase agreement with Sasol Synfuels to purchase water rights and other assets at Lake DeSmet and Healy Reservoir in Johnson County has been introduced in the Wyoming Legislature, according to State Representative Mike Madden of Buffalo.

Madden Weighs In On Optional Sales Tax Bill

State Representative Mike Madden of Buffalo, during his recent interview with Sheridan Media, discussed another bill that he is watching in this year's Legislature concerning the optional sales tax.

Zeisel: Language of Dementia Needs to be Changed

The language and public narrative of Alzheimer's Disease needs to be changed from despair to a language of hope.

Habitat for Humanity Receives Pint Night Check

Habitat for Humanity receives a check for $394 from Sheridan's Black Tooth Brewery's Pint Night Fundraiser.

The Humor of Patrick Mcmanus at the WYO Theater

The Sheridan WYO Theater is a venue for several different genres of performing arts in the city. According to Erin Butler, the WYO’s Executive Director, their next show will be a family friendly comedy.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Says Bronson Trial Should Be Set Within 30 Days

Scott Bronson’s case, the suspect of last year’s Broadway Street standoff in Sheridan, has been bound over to Federal Court. According to former Sheridan resident Assistant U.S.

Mayor Has Plenty of Meetings

Sheridan Mayor Roger Miller has learned that one of his big duties as the head of Sheridan's city government is attending meetings.