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 June 11, 1915.

Accessing grants for small businesses and nonprofit organizations was the focus of the program presented during today’s business luncheon, hosted by the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce in Sheridan.

A flash flood watch remains in effect until midnight for north central Wyoming, including Sheridan County.

Sheridan Media’s KWYO was named station of the year at the Wyoming Association of Broadcasters convention held over the weekend in Laramie.

The cause of Sunday’s train derailment on the Burlington Northern Santa Fe line that closed a portion of Highway 336 between Sheridan and Wyarno remains under investigation.

Sunday morning's train derailment that closed a portion of Highway 336 between Sheridan and Wyarno did not actually involve the state transportation department, as first reported. Spokesperson Ronda Holwell of the Wyoming Department of Transportation filled us in.

In a recent poaching case, two men from out of state were sentenced to pay a fine and restitution totaling $21,000 for poaching trophy game animals on private land in Johnson and Sheridan counties, while the landowners who provided the two men with licenses were fined $200, each.

Airport Manager John Stopka told Sheridan County commissioners this week that a majority of Transportation Security Administration equipment remains at the Sheridan County Airport even though personnel are gone.

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