Sheridan County School District 1 trustees toured district offices and transportation facilities and visited all of the district's schools in a special work session on Wednesday.
A home-built plane registered to Ron Lytton crashed in a field off of Metz Road early Wednesday afternoon.
A new medical office for Sheridan Memorial Hospital staff is about 18 months away.
Help is here for Sheridan area residents who want to change their health insurance plans or enroll for the first time for insurance under the federal Affordable Care Act.
Scott Hininger was honored this week for his years of service to Sheridan County School District 2.
Sheridan County School District 2 have approved purchase of land on Sheridan's north side for construction of a sixth elementary school.
Sheridan County School District 1 trustees will tour the district's schools and offices in a work session on Wednesday.
The Sheridan County Museum will end the 2014 season with a two-day open house.
Recognitions and election of board officers are scheduled at a meeting Monday of Sheridan County School District 2.
The Sheridan High School senior class announced a dramatization of “Huckleberry Finn” to debut on Dec. 12.
Buffalo Bill and Theodore Roosevelt will be the focus at the Sheridan County Historical Society's annual meeting on Thursday.
Cindy Hill says while some schools nationwide are having problems meeting federal No Child Left Behind requirements, Wyoming schools are doing well.
Sheridan's Kalif Shrine will host the annual Kids Christmas Party from 9 until 2 Saturday.
A new medical office building is a major priority for Sheridan Memorial Hospital.
Changes are in store for Sheridan's Mill Park and the Crook Fountain.
An ordinance raising the salaries of the mayor and council members passed second reading in the town meeting this week.
State Superintendent Cindy Hill still has a month in office, and she says she will be busy.
A laser-equipped van is helping city officials locate problems and improve Sheridan's streets.
The city of Sheridan spent nearly $20 million this year on construction, according to City Planner Nic Bateson.
The proposed new Mars Ag Center at Sheridan College is currently being designed, according to Facilities Director Kent Anderson.