SHS Proposes 4A Enlargement

In order to compensate for the possibility of losing funding from the State that covers travel expenses for high school athletics in Wyoming, officials with Sheridan High School have proposed expanding class 4A.

Senator Paul Discusses Christensen Endorsement

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U.S. Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky recently offered his support of Wyoming State Senator Leland Christensen in the race for Wyoming’s lone seat in the U.S. House of Representatives.

Award Winning Photographer and Scholar at Sheridan Fulmer Library

Sheridan Fulmer Library will host an audio-visual presentation by nationally recognized photographer and scholar Penny Wolin Thursday at 6:30 in the Inner Circle.

Wyoming News Update

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A Look Back in Time: Aug. 16, 1916

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Aug. 16, 1916.

City Council Receives Tax Update

Jim Harmon, Sheridan’s Finance and Administrative Services Director, provided a report on monthly sales and use taxes. He provided the update during Monday night’s Sheridan City Council meeting.

Fall Street Projects in Sheridan

Sheridan City Engineer Lane Thompson gave an update on fall street projects during Monday night’s Sheridan City Council Meeting. Several projects are already complete but some others will just be starting.

School District 2 Leads State in Test Scores

Sheridan County School District 2 leads the state in scoring in the PAWS and ACT test results that were released Monday.

Three Fires Burning in Yellowstone Managed as Single Complex

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There are currently three wildfires burning in Yellowstone National Park and fire managers have decided to manage them as a single complex, the Buffalo Complex. This decision was made so that resources can be easily reallocated among all of the fires as they are needed.

Commissioners Consider Skate Park, Stock Trails Requests

Skate parks and stock trails were the focus of two requests made to Sheridan County commissioners during their staff meeting Monday.