New Year’s Resolutions for You and Your Pet

It’s 2017 and many make new goals for the new year. Debie Crawford, the Executive Director of the Sheridan Animal Shelter, says that you should also make some new year’s resolutions for your pets.

Why Sheridan Uses Ice Slicer on Roads

It has been a cold and snowy few weeks in Sheridan and the city’s snow removal team has been up to their ears in snow piles. One of the ways that they make the roads safer and less icy, is by applying their Ice Slicer, according to Public Works Director Nic Bateson.

Sheridan Travel and Tourism’s Shawn Parker on a Film Industry in Sheridan

Sheridan Travel and Tourism’s Executive Director Shawn Parker, spoke at the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Legislative Forum on behalf of the organization.

YMCA Arts Coordinator Calls For Suggestions on Needed Programs

The Sheridan County YMCA strives to provide several different programs for kids in the community to experience different forms of art.

Sheridan Rec District’s Resolution Run Set for Saturday

With the new year comes new year’s resolutions. According to Sheridan Recreation District Recreation Program Supervisor, Seth Ulvestad, the rec district is trying to help you start off 2017 healthy by hosting their Resolution Run 5k on Saturday.

Claire Yorks Book Discussions at Sheridan County Libraries

Beginning this month, the annual Claire Yorks Spring Book Discussion Series will take place at Sheridan County Libraries.

Alcohol and Sub Zero Temps Don’t Mix Well

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There were only two alcohol related arrests by officers with the Sheridan Police Department on New Year’s Eve, one for DUI and the other for public intoxication.

Perry Sworn, Commissioners Vote In Officers

Robert Perry took his oath of office Tuesday morning as he was sworn in by Judge William J. Edelman before a crowd of onlookers in the district courtroom at the Johnson County Judicial Center.

Lawrence, Madsen Sworn Onto Buffalo City Council

Travis Lawrence and Scott Madsen were sworn into office as Buffalo City Councilmen at a ceremony during the council meeting Tuesday evening.

Red Grade Trails to Expand Onto BLM Land

Sheridan’s Red Grade Trails System is a looping, non-motorized, year-round hiking and biking trail located on State Land at the foot of the Bighorn Mountains.