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Presentation on Aging Set for Friday

Tim Summers will share inspirational stories about Wyomingites from Jo Ann Jenkins' book, “Disrupting Aging,” Friday at the Sheridan Senior Center.

DEQ Sets Meeting in Dayton

Wyoming's Department of Environmental Quality will talk about the Tongue River Total Maximum Daily Load project in Dayton on May 18.

Twin M Celebrates With Ribbon-Cutting

After several months with their windows covered at the corner of Main and Grinnell, Twin M Designs celebrated their newly remodeled store with a Grand Re-Opening and ribbon cutting with the Chamber Ambassadors.

Holy Name Announces Honor Roll Students

Sixty-seven students at Holy Name Catholic School are on the honor roll for the third quarter, according to Principal Mary Margaret Drake.

TSA Reinstates Screening at Sheridan County Airport

The Transportation Security Administration has decided to reinstate federal screening at the Sheridan County Airport.

Sheridan Wesleyan Church Ribbon-Cutting

The Sheridan Wesleyan Church is now a member of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce.

U.S. Senate Passes Bill That Would Benefit Sheridan County Airport

The U.S. Senate passed bipartisan legislation Tuesday that would provide support to airports throughout Wyoming, while addressing security concerns and reauthorizing funding for the Federal Aviation Administration. In a joint news release, U.S.

VA Partners in Job Fair

The Sheridan VA Healthcare System is partnering with the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services and Sheridan Workforce Center to host a job fair next week.

Scholarships Available for Antelope Hunt

Through the support of sponsors, the Wyoming Women's Foundation will offer scholarships this year to women interested in joining the 2016 Wyoming Women's Antelope Hunt.

Ribbon-cutting for Betula Creative

Pictured from left to right: Chamber Ambassadors Nichole Simque, Jodi Bourne, and Don Warriner; Betula Founder/Owner Jessica Burch; Graphic Designer Kristen Masters; Ambassador Stella Montano; Chamber CEO Dixie Johnson; Ambassadors Nancy Herdt and Lindsay Fischer.

WYDOT Installs 70 mph Speed Limit Signs

Crews with the Wyoming Department of Transportation continue work to install 70 mph speed limit signs on roads in northeast Wyoming.

Speed Limit Change for Roads in Northeast Wyoming

Drivers can expect to see crews with the Wyoming Department of Transportation installing 70 mph speed limit signs in Northeast Wyoming on Monday and Tuesday. According to a release from WYDOT, this will bring roads up to the new statutory speed limit for non-interstate highways in Wyoming that was r

SLIB Approves $500,000 for WYO Theater

The State Loan and Investment Board Thursday approved $500,000 for preliminary work on the Hallmark building on North Main Street north of the WYO Theater.

Governor Appoints David Schroeder as Division II Water Superintendent

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Governor Matt Mead has appointed David Schroeder as the new Water Division II Water Superintendent in Sheridan. Schroeder, who worked for the State Engineer’s Office Water Division II from 2005 to 2014, replaces Carmine Loguidice, who retired March 8th with over 28 years service.

'Keys to the Stone' Honorees Announced

The four students to be honored as Keys to the Stone during the 2016 Sheridan Keystone Awards have been announced. The Keystone Awards will be April 21 at the WYO Theater in downtown Sheridan.

Sheridan College Photographer Wins National Award

Dennis Jacobs, photographer at Sheridan College, has received a gold medal for his original photograph of a Sheridan College ecology course in the field.

Library to Host Music Therapy Program

Board-certified Music Therapist Michelle Folster will offer a free public presentation on music therapy next week at Sheridan Fulmer Public Library on Alger Street in Sheridan.

Museum, Historical Society Programs for March Announced

The biography of a grizzly bear is among programs this month presented by the Sheridan County Historical Society and county museum.

Ground to be Broken Thursday for Day Break

Ground will be broken at 3:30 Thursday afternoon for the Sheridan Senior Center's new Day Break adult day care facility on Smith Street.