Sheridan

Anti-abortion protesters demonstrated on Coffeen Avenue for a few hours yesterday afternoon.

Shovels in hand, officials with Sheridan College, Whitney Benefits, and a couple of State Representatives broke ground on the $15.2 million Edward A. Whitney Academic Center Wednesday. Prior to the ceremonial groundbreaking, Sheridan College President Dr.

During the last several months, there has been a handful of incidents of pedestrians, either walking or on a bicycle that have been struck by a motorist within a crosswalk. The Sheridan Police Department wants motorists to know a few things concerning crosswalks in Sheridan.

If you didn't get a chance to visit Sheridan College Monday or Tuesday, chances are you missed out on some fine art for sale as students were selling their art in the Whitney Building Fine Art Wing. Sheridan College Art Instructor Rod Dugal.

The Wyoming Department of Public Health issued a media release to advise the public that Pertussis, commonly known as Whooping Cough, may try to make its way around the state.

Sheridan County state legislator John Patton gave a history lesson about the writing of the Constitution to the Republican Women's Club Monday afternoon.

Sheridanites looking for credentialed, world-class beer don't even have to leave town.

Mike Enzi addressed the Senate Monday regarding a democrat-proposed plan to reduce student loan interest rates by increasing small business taxes.

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