Sheridan

Sheridan Media now continues its journey back in time – one hundred years ago. Here's what The Sheridan Enterprise newspaper reported on this day, January 8 of 1914.

Dayton officials are doing a bit of housekeeping with passage of an ordinance that would prohibit discharge of weapons inside city limits.

The Extension Office of the University of Wyoming is welcoming a new educator this week, to cover the Sheridan and Johnson counties. In a release from the university, the educator's been named as Chance Marshall.

Natural gas goes up in flames every day in Wyoming during a process called “flaring.” Those are the flames seen commonly at oil drilling sites, where the natural gas is a by-product.

The Sheridan Senior Center became a strategic planning center Tuesday evening as over 100 people turned out for the first-ever meeting of the Center's “Life Planning Lecture Series” called “when I'm Sixty-Four?”

The honorees for the 2014 Keystone Awards have been announced. They are in no particular order: William (Bill) Avery; Anne and Scott Nickerson, and Dixie See.

Several weeks ago, we reported that Sheridan County School District #2 expressed their intention to withdraw from the Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority Joint Powers Board.

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