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Crowd 'Encouraging' at Empty Bowl Fundraiser

The Exhibit Hall at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds was already packed with people less than 10 minutes after the 9th annual Empty Bowl Fundraiser got started.

Hospital Trustees Approve Changes to Medical Arts Complex

Sheridan Memorial Hospital trustees have approved around $837,000 in changes to the new Medical Arts Complex expansion that will be built on the hospital grounds on West Fifth Street.

Local Nonprofits Receive Grant Checks

The Sheridan Johnson County Board of the Wyoming Community Foundation recently delivered grant checks to area nonprofits.

GOP to Meet May 7 to Select Candidates for Sheriff

Sheridan County Republican committee people will meet on May 7 to select three people qualified to fill the vacancy created by the recent resignation of County Sheriff Dave Hofmeier.

Sheridan County Museum Reopens Monday with Two New Exhibits

The Sheridan County Museum, like usual, has been closed for the last several months while they prepare for the upcoming season. Museum Director John Woodward said that there will be two new exhibits when they reopen on Monday.

Library to Host Program on Railroads

Railroad expert and historian James Ehernberger will present a program on the history of railroads in northeast Wyoming at Fulmer Library in Sheridan on May 10.

SC Prism 2017 Featuring M.E.A.T.

The Sheridan College Whitney Center for the Arts Concert Hall has had many different mediums of art shown since it was opened. According to the Director of the Center Dr.

Saturday is Drug Take Back Day at Walgreens

National Drug Take Back Day is scheduled for Saturday and the Sheridan Police Department will participate with an event at Sheridan’s Walgreen's according to Lt. Tom Ringley. Lt.

SHS ‘We the People’ Team Does Well at National Competition

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The Sheridan High School We the People team have just returned from representing the State of Wyoming at the 30th National Finals for the We the People competition in Washington D.C.

Hantavirus Remains a Health Threat

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The Wyoming Department of Health wants to remind people that hantavirus infection remains a potential health threat when mice get into closed locations and leave their droppings behind.

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