Laumann Explains Origins of Old Sayings

Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair recently attended an event at Sheridan's Senior Center. She provided details.

Lake DeSmet Dredging Clears One Hurdle, Waiting On Next

County Road and Bridge Supervisor Scott Pehringer told the county commissioners recently that the project is farther behind schedule than he would like it to be, but they are waiting for the contract approval from Game and Fish to proceed, which he expects to happen in January.

Craig Johnson To Give Occidental Christmas Reading Friday

The Occidental Hotel in Buffalo will host a reading from local writer Craig Johnson, author of the Longmire Series of novels, as he reads from his newest Christmas story.

Economic Development Discussed at Chamber Lunch

The conference room at Sheridan’s Holiday Inn was packed full of community members on Wednesday as the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce hosted their final Chamber Luncheon of 2016.

Biteman Ready for the Challenge

State Representative-Elect for House District 51 Bo Biteman knows that there will be challenges he will face as a freshman legislator when the session begins next month in Cheyenne.

A Decrease in Juvenile Crime

The Sheridan County Justice Office provides probation services for Municipal, Circuit, and Juvenile Court through the Child in Need of Services/Truancy program. The Justice Office also provides juvenile and adult drug court programs.

Planning Continues On South Bypass Walking Path

Johnson County Road & Bridge Supervisor Scott Pehringer told the county commissioners that the proposed walkway path on the county-owned South Bypass Road is still in the planning process, but the plan was to present the proposal to the Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) for their consideration in the near future.

SJHS Students Pledge 'Hands Off Drugs'

More than 260 Sheridan Junior High School students left their handprints on a wall at the school Tuesday afternoon as part of a pledge they've made to remain drug-free.

President Nichols Speaks on Listening Sessions

Last week, University of Wyoming President Laurie Nichols, along with other UW representatives, were in Sheridan to hold their final of 10 listening sessions. Data from these sessions will help them make a comprehensive five year strategic plan.

‘Coffee With a Cop’ Connects Officers With the Community

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Andi’s Coffee House on Broadway in Sheridan will be the site for the latest “Coffee With a Cop” event presented by the Sheridan Police Department.