On Tuesday, the Sheridan WYO Theater will present “Ken Lavigne, the Road to Carnegie Hall”. According to Erin Butler, the WYO’s Executive Director, Lavigne is a classically trained tenor vocalist.

State Representative Mike Madden of Buffalo said the last two weeks have really been difficult for the Legislature, as they continue to try to find common ground and ways to fund education for the next biennium.

Looking at the variety of certificate programs available at Sheridan College, Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott brings us the report on the Machine Tool Technology Program.

Despite this being an off-year for the state budget, State Sen. Dave Kinskey said 2017 has in fact been like a regular budget year with every piece of the budget open for scrutiny.

The first regularly scheduled Sheridan City Council Meeting of February is set for Monday night. Mayor Roger Miller talks about the only item on the agenda for old business.

The City of Sheridan is currently working on a water line break on Kentucky Avenue near the Sheridan County Fairgrounds. According to Utilities Manager Dan Roberts, crews have been working on stopping the flow of water for most of the night.

People seemed as excited by the new location as by the art on display at the Sagebrush Community Art Center's reception for its seventh annual National Juried Art Show Thursday night.

The suspect in the 2015 Halloween Night Shooting entered a new plea in Sheridan County District Court Thursday. Judge John G. Fenn accepted Big Horn Resident Todd Faas’s plea of not guilty by reason of mental impairment or deficiency to one count of attempted murder in the second degree.

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