The Northern Wyoming Community College District Board of Trustees has announced that they will be holding two public forums next week to help aid in the search and recruitment of a new president.
Montana Dakota Utilities announced that it is adjusting the proposed electrical rate increase filed with the Wyoming Public Service Commission last August.
Representatives from Montana-Dakota Utilities are in Sheridan today to give a presentation, as well as answer questions about the proposed electrical rate increase filed with the Wyoming Public Servic
The Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board will turn over the administrative functions of the system to Sheridan County this spring.
The Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board has been considering altering its rules for several years and has limited recent changes to its rate structure.
The Sheridan City Council held a special executive session Wednesday and discussed a specific personnel issue.
Some students considered it saving lives, while others just thought it was a great way to get out of class. The Sheridan High School Blood Drive started yesterday at the high school.
The Center for a Vital Community at Sheridan College will be hosting a nonprofit roundtable next week as the kickoff to their Profiting Non-Profits of Sheridan County series.
The Evening Stage with the Too Wet to Plow Band began last year at the Sheridan Senior Center. They are now taking their show to the Historic Sheridan Inn this Saturday night.
19-year-old Dennis Poitra, Jr. continues to add charges to his list of possible offenses despite being housed in the Sheridan County Detention Center.