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Miller Says He Wants to See Sheridan Move Forward

Roger Miller says a background in the military, as a former police detective and as a business owner has given him insights and experience that he can apply to the job of mayor.

Vietnam Veterans Receive Pins for Service

More than two dozen Vietnam War veterans received pins honoring them and thanking them for their service in ceremonies held Monday at the Sheridan VA Medical Center.

US 14A Now Open for the Summer

The 22-mile stretch of scenic mountain road known as US Highway 14A opened for the summer last Friday.

Habitat Looking for Volunteers for Women Build Day

Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns is seeking volunteers for their annual Women Build Day, which is a partnership with Thrivent Builds.

Eaton Horses Travel Through Sheridan

More than 160 horses traveled west on Fifth Street Sunday morning, headed for the Eaton's Ranch for the summer.

College Pleased With Cutting Event

Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair has details about an event she attended at Sheridan College's AgriPark this weekend.

CAP Cadets Have Flight Orientation

About 30 cadets with the Civil Air Patrol in Sheridan took to the skies at the Bighorn Airways facilities in Sheridan Saturday.

Leather Show Takes Over Holiday Inn

Business appeared brisk and vendors happy at this year's Rocky Mountain Leather Trade Show.

First 'Color Fun Run' to Benefit Miss Wyoming Pageant

About 20 people signed up for the first-ever Sash Dash Color Fun Run at Kendrick Park Saturday morning.

Commissioners Weigh In on Petition

As Sheridan Media has previously reported, Sheridan resident Anne Collins is collecting signatures for a petition to reduce the number of Sheridan County Commissioners from the current five, back to three.