Historic Downtown Sheridan is typically the first stop shop for many locals who live in the area. Couple that with the influx of tourists who take to downtown, and the issue of parking, or lack thereof, comes to the forefront.

This spring Sheridan high school started construction on the remodel of the athletic wing on the west side of the building the project was split into two phases, phase one was complete this spring and phase two is approaching completion.

The new Whitney Arts Center at Sheridan College will be ready for students and faculty when the fall semester starts next month.

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 July 19, 1916.

During their regularly scheduled meeting Monday night, the Sheridan City Council heard the first of what will be monthly revenue reports given by Jim Harmon, Sheridan’s Finance and Administrative Services Director.

Sheridan County commissioners held a budget hearing tonight on the budget they will consider at their meeting Tuesday morning.

Sheridan will host two weeks of live theater events through the end of the month. The Wyoming Theater Festival brings five stage shows to life along with workshops, discussions and more over the next 14 days. At the festival, you will see the next big show before it becomes the next big show.

Head to the Band Shell at Sheridan’s Kendrick Park Tuesday night for a showcase of local talent. As part of the Concerts in the Park series, 40 local musicians will form a community band to play under the direction of Diane Knutson.

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