Sheridan

Hopeful business entrepreneurs crowded the Mars Theater side of the WYO Theater Wednesday night in a mixer hosted by the Wyoming Technology Business Center in Sheridan.

Sheridan resident Dr. Jackie Canterbury took exception to a statement by U.S. Sen. John Barrasso Wednesday morning that the endangered species act is broken.

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce is preparing for the 2017 Ignite Your Business Professional Development Conference presented by the Business Retention and Expansion Committee.

According to Sheridan’s Holy Name Catholic School’s Director of Religious Education Stacy Preszler, the YDisciple large youth group for 8th-12th grades will be having a Mardi Gras Party at the Knights Hall on Sunday.

As we’ve previously reported, the Wyoming Technology Business Center in Sheridan has launched a new entrepreneurship competition in the Sheridan area. Registration for the competition is underway and will run through March 8.

Wyoming's House Education Committee could consider the Senate education funding bill in a meeting Wednesday.

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Feb. 22, 1917.

Following a public hearing Monday night, Sheridan's City Council approved transfer of a retail and a restaurant liquor license to a company that wants to build a business at the new North Main Interchange.

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