The City is going to trade infrastructure extensions for land to facilitate a high tech development in north Sheridan. Forward Sheridan Director Jay Stender says the trade is a proactive step toward economic development in Sheridan.
The Sheridan City Council approved the second reading of two ordinances at their first meeting of the year, Monday night. The first of which is an update to the city tree ordinance.
The Dayton Town Council listened to several concerns that were raised by residents about the Town's snow plowing ordinance.
Beginning next week the Sheridan County Fulmer Library mezzanine will be home to a traveling exhibit for the next two and a half months.
Numbers are on the rise at Family Planning of the Big Horns in Sheridan. Family Planning Co-President Amy Albrecht explains how the numbers have grown comparatively from last year.
It was early in the morning of Saturday, January 2nd, when Sheridan’s first baby of the new year was born. The baby is a healthy six and a half pound boy.
"Indian Country Counts" is a special focus of the US Census Bureau regional road tours kicking off this week. Native American response has been typically low, at under 50%.
The Sheridan City Council will hold their first meeting of 2010 tonight. The agenda is shorter than many and Councilor John Bigelow tells us about the City’s plan to trade services.
"Should the current Bowl Championship series be replaced with a play-off system similar to the one used by NCAA basketball?" That is this week's Bank of Sheridan-sheridanmedia.com poll question.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - A California pipeline service business plans to open a facility in Cheyenne. Midwestern Pipeline Co.