More Wyoming students than ever are choosing local community colleges and the University of Wyoming to further their education.
Drivers may notice a new flashing light on Broadway Street to warn them of pedestrians crossing at Alger Street in the future.
Twenty-three deployed military families of Sheridan and Johnson counties were honored at a Christmas Party last Saturday at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church’s Parish Hall.
The Sheridan City Council discussed methods for setting and managing city utility rates at a work session on Thursday.
The Northern Wyoming Community College District Board of Trustees announced who the Interim President of Sheridan College would be at their monthly meeting Thursday night.