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House on Brooks Street Nearly Century Old

According to a book recounting the history of some of Sheridan's historic homes, the house at 148 S. Brooks was built in 1906 for the Mills family.

Governor Mead Discusses Recent Coal Port Tour

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Wyoming Governor Matt Mead recently traveled to Longview, Washington and the Millennium Bulk Terminals, a facility that intends to export Wyoming coal.

Storm Cleanup Continues at Historic Site

The early evening wind storm that blew through Sheridan more than a week ago, downed a couple of century-old fur trees and topped off another at the Kendrick Mansion historic site in Sheridan.

Work Continues on Street Projects

During an interview this week, Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey said work is ramping up on infrastructure projects throughout town.

Mayor Shares County Attorney, Office Memories

Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey jumped to offer immediate help to Sheridan County Attorney Matt Redle Wednesday morning after hearing about the fire at the attorney’s office, because of his official position and because they’ve known each other since they were children.

Chief Gives Update on Pharmacy Robbery

We’re now learning that about 15,000 different types of narcotics pills were taken in last week’s burglary of the Hospital Pharmacy in downtown Sheridan. The update’s coming from Sheridan Police Chief Rich Adriaens.

Hoop Jam Draws a Crowd

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Competitors from around Wyoming and neighboring states will test their street basketball skills Saturday and Sunday at the 14 annual Hoop Jam 3-on-3 basketball tournament in Sheridan.

Auction Helps Re-Open Kearney Hall Doors

The Kearney Community Hall, located in the town of Story in Sheridan County off the Piney Creek Exit, may be used once again after a 25-year hiatus, if the Kearney Hall Board has its way.

Registration Open for 3 on 3

The annual 3 on 3 basketball tournament in Dayton, called the Battle Under the Big Horns, is coming up at the end of the month.

County Attorney's Office Stays Up, Running

Sheridan County Attorney Matt Redle and his staff continued business nearly as usual Wednesday in spite of the predawn fire that ravaged their offices in downtown Sheridan.