Despite below-zero temperatures Saturday, visitors flocked to the first day of open house at the Sheridan County Museum. By afternoon, Museum Executive Director John Woodward reported the day was going really well.

A sign designating the Quarter Circle A Ranch as an Important Bird Area, and a plaque were presented during a luncheon at the Brinton Museum near Big Horn Saturday.

After more than 26 months of environmental analysis, community Q&A, two formal public comment periods, and resubmittal of the proposal to reduce trail miles and eliminate the "expert" downhill bike trail, the Sheridan Community Land Trust (SCLT) has been granted permission by the Bureau of Land Mana

The Wyoming State Forestry Division, a division that provides state land management, fire management, and assistance forestry, and Wyoming Project Learning Tree, a non-profit environmental education program designed for educators who work with students in PreK through grade 12, are teaming up again

During their December meeting earlier this week, the Board of Trustees for the Johnson County School District discussed and then approved their meeting schedule for the coming year.

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 Dec. 17, 1916.

Monday’s Sheridan City Council meeting will be the last for Sheridan Mayor John Heath. After serving the city of Sheridan for the better part of the last decade, Mayor Heath will be handing the reigns over to Mayor-Elect Roger Miller at the regularly scheduled meeting on January 2nd.

The city of Sheridan has declared a snow alert and will commence curb to curb pickup on the Priority 1 pickup routes along with a few additional roads tonight.

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