Sheridan

It was dress up day for local pets Saturday, as the 13th annual Pet-O-Ween pet costume contest took place at Kendrick Park in Sheridan. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was there and has this
report.

More than two dozen caregivers, senior companions, family members and clients gathered at Sheridan's Senior Center Monday for the annual Halloween luncheon in their honor.

We reported a little over a week ago that City of Sheridan Fire Marshal Brian Songer tendered his resignation and would be leaving Sheridan Fire-Rescue at the end of this month.

Officials with Sheridan County School District #2 recently met with local legislators to offer some ideas to be considered during the upcoming legislative session.

Beginning in November, the Sheridan Dog and Cat Shelter will no longer be open to the public on Wednesdays. Shelter Executive Director Cel Hope says that the reason for the closure is because Wednesday is typically the slowest day at the shelter.

Smoke was billowing from the chimney of the Sheridan Inn, once again, Saturday night, as the new owners opened its doors.

Organizers of Sheridan’s upcoming Christmas Stroll say the elves are busy getting buttons ready, but they need to hear from those who want to participate.

Local school officials are urging county's legislators to pass a law mandating that Wyoming students remain in school until they're 18 or graduate from high school, whichever comes first? At stake, would be the student's driver's license, should they quit.

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