Pulse Show Previews Keystone Honorees

Three people who have made a positive impact to the Sheridan community will be honored in a ceremony next week with a Keystone Award.

UW Names Sheridan Research Center Director

A plant scientist experienced in teaching, research and extension efforts will begin next month as the director of the Sheridan Research and Extension Center.

Business Owner Released From Development Agreement

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The City of Sheridan Planning Commission considered modifying a development agreement with a local business owner at their meeting Monday night. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

Council Approves Wrench Ranch Phase Two Master Plan, Preliminary Plat

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The Wrench Ranch Phase Two Master Plan was recommended for approval to the Sheridan City Council by the Planning Commission Monday night. The plan is for 365 acres located in northern Sheridan that encompasses five parcels of property that is zoned as a Gateway District.

Ground to be Broken for New School

Groundbreaking for the new Tongue River Elementary School will be at 2 o'clock today in Ranchester.

Supreme Court Justices Come to Sheridan

Wyoming's Supreme Court Justices will be in Sheridan next week for presentations that will give Sheridan residents a chance to be judges for a night.

Recreation Board Starts Budget Work

The Sheridan Recreation District board will look at budget worksheets and the schedule for finalizing next year's budget at their meeting Wednesday.

History Program Highlights Early Days of Banner

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Bea Hutson (photo by Judy Hagerott)

A program about the community of Banner was presented over the weekend during the monthly meeting of the Story Historical Society. Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott has the report.

We the People Group Competes in Washington

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Sheridan High School’s We the People team has won the Wyoming’s state championship for their knowledge of the U.S. Constitution and the federal government and are now headed to Washington D.C.

Initial Appearances Made in Circuit Court

Two people made initial appearances in circuit court Monday afternoon for unrelated felony charges. Alexander Aschenn, who currently lives in Sheridan, is charged with felony strangulation. Judge Shelley Cundiff set a $10,000 cash bond.