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Sheridan's JC Penney Store to Close

JC Penney has released a list of 138 stores that will be closing in an effort to cut costs and grow sales at its strongest locations. According to CNBC, Sheridan's downtown location is among those that will be closed. Sheridan is the only location in Wyoming that was listed with the closures.

New Housing for Seniors to Start This Summer

A new condominium project to provide homes for people 62 and older is scheduled to start this summer.

A Feast Fit for a King at a Pauper’s Price

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Looking at the large number of certificate programs available at Sheridan College, Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott brings us this story on Culinary Arts Program.

Friends of the Library Dining for a Cause

The next Dining for a Cause event, scheduled for Monday at Frackelton’s in Sheridan, will benefit the Friends of the Library non-profit organization.

Sign Up Now for YMCA Summer Camps

The Sheridan County YMCA offers a variety of different summer camps for youth in the area during the summer months. According to Jay McGinnis, Executive Director of the Y, there is something for everyone on the schedule.

SM's Sue Engelhardt Honored At Buffalo Chamber Luncheon

Sheridan Media's Sue Engelhardt was honored Wednesday at the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce's luncheon, where she was given the Spirit of Buffalo award for her years of volunteer service to the chamber and its events.

Buffalo Council Approves Landowner Water Rights Usage

Buffalo's City Council voted to allow a landowner to use water rights on his property once earmarked for annexation into the city as a multi-use subdivision.

Firefighters Called to Deal With Fuel Leak

Firefighters with Sheridan Fire and Rescue were called to Brundage Street in downtown Sheridan Wednesday afternoon to deal with a fuel leak.

Plan Before You Party on St. Patty’s Day

St. Patrick’s Day has become one of the nation’s biggest times to celebrate and party. Unfortunately, too many people are driving after drinking alcohol marking the holiday as a dangerous one. According to Sheridan Police Department’s Lt.

City to Replace Old Water Meters

As Sheridan Media reported earlier, the city of Sheridan and Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board will start the process this year to replace 9,000 water meters that serve customers of the city and rural water systems.