Sheridan County

Helen Laumann will discuss the history of the Tie Flume era in Sheridan County during this month's Casual Conversations in History.

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Post newspaper on Oct. 7, 1916.

US Highway 14 is closed due to a crash between Elk View and Dayton School. Expect high impact traffic between Cody and Sheridan. Use extreme caution and buckle up.

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11 artists spent a week in July on retreat at Northern Wyoming Community College District’s Spear-O Mountain Campus and now their works will be featured in the 2nd Annual Spear-O at The Brinton Museum exhibition.

Sheridan Memorial Hospital trustees chose O'Dell Construction of Sheridan as the general contractor to construct the $13.5 million medical office building on the hospital campus on West Fifth Street, and First Interstate Bank to finance the $10 million bank loan that will help pay for the project.

On Saturday, Science Kids and the Sheridan College Museum of Discovery will be hosting their October Science Saturday event. Kids and their parents will have an opportunity to explore a morning of cool chemistry. In addition, the museum will be open to explore the paleontology exhibits.

On Saturday October 29th, Sheridan's Kendrick Park will be full of ghouls, skeletons, and....horses? The annual Pet-O-Ween costume contest brings pets of all sizes and breeds for a morning of Halloween fun.

A conditional use permit was approved by the Sheridan County Commissioners this week that will allow for more parking at the Story Community Church.

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