NSI Runaway’s Found and Returned to Facility

On Wednesday night, Normative Services reported that some of their resident juveniles had run away. According to Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office Lt. Allen Thompson, the juveniles were caught and returned to NSI.

Pipe Bomb Discovered on Dayton City Property

On Monday, a Dayton City Employee discovered what appeared to be a pipe bomb on city property. Lt. Allen Thompson with the Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office said that once on scene, a deputy confirmed that the device looked like a pipe bomb.

Long Time Coming

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The 5th Street Underpass Project in Sheridan is now complete and it provides a safe connected pathway underneath 5th Street.

The Batch Launches Soon

In April we told you about “The Batch”, a biannual literary/arts magazine that will highlight the work of teenage writers and artists in Sheridan County. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Travel and Tourism Director Gearing Up for a Busy Summer

It’s been dubbed the unofficial kick-off to summer, and it’s set to begin soon. We’re of course talking about Memorial Day weekend.

Trail End Extends Hours for Weekend

The Trail End Historic Site will be open earlier and stay open a little later for Memorial Day weekend.

Commissioners May Lease Property Near Airport

Johnson County's Commissioners are looking at possibly leasing lands they own near the county airport.

Deadline Next Month for Stroll Button Art

The deadline is June 9 for area students to submit art for this year's Christmas Stroll button.

Start-Up Challenge Winners Announced

The three winners were announced Tuesday night for the Sheridan Start-Up Challenge, the entrepreneurial competition hosted by the Wyoming Technology Business Center. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

US 14A to Open Thursday

The Wyoming Department of Transportation will open U.S. 14A west of Burgess Junction for the summer at noon on Thursday.