High School Students 'Plant' Pinwheels for Child Abuse Awareness

Sheridan High School students engaged in a special activity at the school Friday. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair has the story.

'Rabbit Reach' Installation

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"Rabbit Reach" by Tim Cherry was installed this week in downtown Sheridan. The sculpture is the first of the 2018 On Loan sculptures to be installed by the Sheridan Public Arts Committee.

Wyoming Coal Firm Appealed to Governor Over Mine Permit

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — A coal company denied a permit in northern Wyoming last year sought, but did not receive, respite from Governor Matt Mead and the head of the Department of Environmental Quality.

BJ Thomas at the WYO for Celebrate the Arts

Celebrate the Arts 2018 is set for April 26-30 in Sheridan and it will feature art in all different forms.

ENDOW Economic Engines

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During the 2018 Budget Session of the Wyoming Legislature, the Economically Needed Diversity Options for Wyoming Executive Council, better known as ENDOW, received funding and support to ensure they can keep working towards their goals.

Commissioners Talk Budget

With the current Sheridan County Budget for fiscal year 2017-2018 expiring at the end of June, it is time again for the Sheridan County Commissioners to create a new budget.

Sheridan Woman Changes Plea in Credit Card Fraud, Forgery Case

A Change of Plea Hearing was held Thursday in Fourth Judicial District Court for a Sheridan woman charged with a number of felonies, including credit card fraud and forgery. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Community Build at Woodland Park School

Rooted in Wyoming will be hosting a community build Saturday for the “Garden of Pride” at Woodland Park Elementary School in Sheridan.

County Working on RFP for Alger Street House

Renee Obermueller, Sheridan County's administrative director, said county officials are now working on a request for proposals for the house at 429 W. Alger Street.

Buffalo Approves Ordinance Revising Garbage Collection

Buffalo's City Council approved ion first reading an ordinance revising city code concerning garbage, trash, and waste collection practices within the city.

Trial Date Set For Former Buffalo Chamber CEO

The pre-trial conference and trial date has been set for former Buffalo Chamber of Commerce CEO Angela Fox, who has been charged with theft from her former employer.

WYO Packed for Keystone Awards

Friends and well-wishers packed into Sheridan's WYO Theater Thursday night to celebrate this year's Keystone Award recipients – Bob and Rosie Berger, Jay McGinnis and Mary Jean Roush.

Library Presentation on 77 Mile Stretch of I-80

A 77 mile stretch of Interstate 80, between Walcott Junction and Laramie, has been dubbed the Snow Chi Minh Trail by long-haul truckers.

Banff Mountain Film Fest Set for Tuesday

On Tuesday, the Sheridan WYO Theater and the Wyoming Wilderness Association will present the Banff Mountain Film Festival for the community.

WHP Reminds Motorists to Follow Construction Zone Rules

Over the past 5 years, Wyoming has seen a total of 1,271 crashes in work zones around the state. Wyoming Highway Patrol Captain Jason Green shared that 30% of those crashes resulted in injuries and a total of 22 lives were lost.

Army Corps Reps Tour Project Corridor

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Representatives with the Army Corps of Engineers were in Sheridan Wednesday to tour the corridor of the Ecosystem Restoration Project. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Farmers Co-op of Sheridan Supports Rooted in Wyoming

Farmers Co-op of Sheridan announced a $1,000 grant to Rooted in Wyoming Wednesday.

Commissioner Maier Announces He Will Not Seek Reelection

Sheridan County Commissioner Steve Maier has announced that he will not be seeking another term in this year’s upcoming election.

Young's Priority: Raises for College Staff

Dr. Paul Young, who's president of the Northern Wyoming Community College District, said his highest priority for the budget in the coming year is to make a compensation adjustment for all college employees.

Kilbride Surprised to be Chosen

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Sheridan Media reporter recently interviewed the newly named superintendent of Sheridan County School District 1. Here's her story.