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City Officials Say Gravel on Main to be Gone Soon

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If you drove on Main Street today you may have noticed some gravel, according to Sheridan City officials. Since the city had received some concerned calls, they wrote a message on Facebook that explained the issue.

Ceramic Artist Offers Workshop

Internationally-known ceramic artist Kim Dickey of Colorado will be in the local area next week to talk about her work and show others her techniques.

Senator Barrasso Visits With Youth in Sheridan

U.S. Senator John Barrasso of Wyoming spent some time in Sheridan Monday. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

SkyWest Considers Providing Sheridan Air Service

Members of a local group seeking reliable air service for the county-owned airport in Sheridan are hopeful a company will be secured, following a meeting last week with representatives of SkyWest.

Blacksmiths Gather for Forge-In

Artists in metal met at a residence on Leopard Street for a special event this past weekend.

8th Annual Jackalope Jump

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It takes a brave heart to jump into a pool of cold water. This year’s Jackalope Jump was held at the Sheridan Junior High School with a dozen or so jumpers. It’s all for a good cause, helping send some special athletes to Special Olympics.

Wyoming Women’s Business Networking Expo

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A group of women business owners gathered together showcasing their businesses during the Wyoming Women’s Business Networking Expo held in the Exhibit Hall of the Sheridan County Fairgrounds.

Disability Awareness Walk

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Warm summer-like weather brought over 100 walkers out to participate in the Disability Awareness Walk around Sheridan’s Junior High track.

Senior Center Changes to Meet Needs

Wyoming is the grayest state in the nation, and Sheridan is the grayest county in the state.

Women's Organization Holds First Expo

Members of the Wyoming Business Women's Networking Group in Sheridan held their first expo this weekend at the Exhibit Hall on the Sheridan County Fairgrounds.