The month of May was a busy one in Sheridan this year. Sheridan College graduated one of its largest classes in the 60th commencement ceremonies.
As we look back on the top stories of the year, it’s time to take a look at highlights from the summer months here in Sheridan. Sheridan saw its first three cases of Swine Flu by the end of July.
U.S. Senator John Barrasso voted against the latest healthcare proposal that was passed in the Senate on Christmas Eve.
The University of Wyoming continues to expand on their capital facilities and soon the Art Department may have a new building on campus.
Sheridan Municipal Court Judge Stuart Healy has been charged with two misdemeanors that stem from an incident in August where Healy confronted two adults and three juveniles near his home.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - The U.S. Senate has confirmed Christopher A. "Kip" Crofts to serve as U.S. Attorney for Wyoming. The Senate on Christmas Eve confirmed Crofts.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Laramie police say a University of Wyoming associate professor died in a snowstorm.
The Christmas Stroll button contest ended yesterday with the grand prize drawing held at the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce.
We continue our look at the past year with the top stories from February 2009. Sheridan became the first community in the state to successfully create a railroad quiet zone.
It’s time to relive some of the news highlights from March and April 2009.