In October of last year, the Sonoran Institute of Sheridan and Russell Mills Studios out of Colorado held a three day workshop to garner public and stakeholder input on how the new North Main Interstate 90 Interchange should look.

The City of Sheridan is getting closer to going “live” with their on-line permit program that will offer many benefits to local developers and contractors.

Members of the Alliance for Substance Abuse Prevention are asking Sheridan County residents for their input in coming up with prevention solutions in the areas of tobacco and the use of other drugs in brief online survey.

A national-level scam involving a purported transfer of winning earnings - ending with a wiped bank account after the victim provides the scammers with bank account information - has hit Sheridan.

Following a busy week for the Wyoming legislature, Senator Bruce Burns says the rejection of a bill to hike the fees for hunting and fishing licenses will have some definite consequences for the Wyoming Game and Fish Department. Senator Burns explains.

This Saturday is your chance to relive the college experience - or try it out for a day - without the stress of homework, tests, boring lectures or the chance of being buried alive by student loan debts.

At their meeting Tuesday, the Sheridan County Commissioners approved three cooperative agreements for future development plans along West Fifth Street. Public Works Director, Rod Liesinger, explains what the first agreement entails.

The Sheridan City Council unanimously approved the third and final reading of ordinance #2124 Monday night. The ordinance amends City code pertaining to building and site design standards to make the development process more administrative.

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