Sheridan city officials hope that a transition to curbside recycling will give residents more incentive to recycle by making recycling more convenient.

A bill that would have raised lawmaker’s daily pay from $150 a day to $175 starting in 2019, failed in the House on Wednesday sparking this week’s Poll Question which asks: “Should the have given itself a $25 a day raise?”

Using her nose, Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott followed the smell of fresh tacos all the way to the community college in Sheridan to brings us this story.

A sell-out crowd filled the Exhibit Hall at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds Saturday for the annual fundraising banquet of the Sheridan and Johnson County Chapters of Pheasants Forever.

Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Big Horns teamed up with Americorps to host a community day of volunteering on Saturday. Working on a new Habitat home on Poplar Trail in Sheridan, the crews caulked and painted, moving closer to finishing the new home for a new Habitat family.

This month’s Science Saturday gave children the opportunity to take a look at the invisible world. Ami Erickson, Dean of Science and Ag at Sheridan College, explained what the children were doing.

The Downtown Sheridan Association held its 16th annual Wild West Wine Fest at the Elk’s Lodge in downtown Sheridan Friday night.

Director Beth Holsinger said the event is one of the organization’s major fundraisers.

Big Horn rancher Conrad Zullig narrowly escaped being killed yesterday afternoon when he attempted to cross the track on First Street in front of a passenger train.

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