Sheridan

The Board of Directors for the Sheridan Dog and Cat Shelter are accepting applications for the executive director position. This past summer, current Executive Director Cel Hope announced that after nearly a decade at the shelter, she'd be retiring in April of this year.

The Better Business Bureau that serves Wyoming has issued a statement this week regarding the security breach for Target customers.

Sheridan Media now continues its journey back in time – one hundred years ago. Here's what The Sheridan Enterprise newspaper reported on this day, January 8 of 1914.

Dayton officials are doing a bit of housekeeping with passage of an ordinance that would prohibit discharge of weapons inside city limits.

The Extension Office of the University of Wyoming is welcoming a new educator this week, to cover the Sheridan and Johnson counties. In a release from the university, the educator's been named as Chance Marshall.

Natural gas goes up in flames every day in Wyoming during a process called “flaring.” Those are the flames seen commonly at oil drilling sites, where the natural gas is a by-product.

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