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Qdoba Food For Funds Nights Support Local Organizations

The commitment of Qdoba Mexican Eats to the Sheridan community continues into the new year. On January 8, JennaRae Akers, Director of Marketing, presented a $500 check to the Sheridan Community Land Trust-- a contribution from a Food For Funds night held in December.

Salvation Army Awards Plaque for Red Kettle Bell Ringing Competition

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The Salvation Army of Sheridan awarded the Team Traveling Plaque for the Army’s 2018 Christmas season Red Kettle Bell Ringing competition to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Hospital Celebrates Nurse Residency Program

Sheridan Memorial Hospital (SMH) celebrated on Thursday, January 10, when seven new registered nurses successfully completed the hospital’s six-month Nurse Residency Program.

Hospital Partners With Medical Air Rescue Company

Sheridan Memorial Hospital has announced a partnership with Medical Air Rescue Company (MARC) to bring air ambulance transportation to the Sheridan area.

Parker Talks Winter Tourism

Tourism is an important part of the Wyoming economy as a whole and certainly to the Sheridan County economy as well.

Sheriff’s Office Working on 2018 Report

At the beginning of each year, the Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office takes some time to compile a comprehensive report on the previous year.

Kinner Talks Start of General Session

The 65th Wyoming Legislature officially started the 2019 General Session on Tuesday, with legislators from around the state buckling in to be in Cheyenne for the next several weeks.

New York Man Faces Prison Time for Incident at Sheridan Motel

A man from New York state is facing prison time for an altercation with another man at a motel on North Main in Sheridan this past summer. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

RSVP By Monday To Attend Buffalo Chamber Lunch

The Buffalo Area Chamber of Commerce will have their monthly luncheon on Wednesday, January 16th, and everyone is welcome to attend.

Sheridan Commission Grants Extension For Second CUP

A one-year extension for a Conditional Use Permit (CUP) for construction of a proposed a cellular telephone tower near Clearmont was approved by the Sheridan County Commission at their recent meeting.

Game and Fish Hunt Planner Updates

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department receives thousands of phone calls each year from members of the public looking for information to help plan their hunts.

Openings on Sheridan City Boards

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Both positions have been filled.

WCCA Names New Executive Director

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The Wyoming County Commissioners Association (WCCA) has named Jerimiah Rieman as the group’s new executive director. With over a decade of experience in legislative affairs and public policy to the post, Rieman brings expertise in a wide variety of federal and state issues.

Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Welcomes New President

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce hosted their first Chamber Luncheon of the year on Wednesday, January 9. At the luncheon, Travis Evans, former Chamber President, introduced Nicole Christensen, the new Chamber President.

Film, Discussion To Focus On Suicide, Prevention, Aftermath, Hope

Coming up on January 16th and 23rd in Buffalo will be a film and discussion at the Buffalo Theater that will tackle the subject of suicide and hopefully help those contemplating or dealing with the aftermath of suicide.

New Temporary Tag System Implemented for 2019

When someone buys a new vehicle, they are issued a temporary license plate tag that allows them to drive legally until they have purchased the permanent plates.

All Perpetrators Brought to Justice in 2016 Armed Robbery Case

Over two years ago in early December of 2016, four armed robbers forced entry into a rural residency in north Sheridan County. They robbed the lone male occupant of an unknown amount of cash and coin, along with several loaded handguns and rifles.

Deferred Prosecution Recommended at Arraignment

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An arraignment for a 25-year-old charged with two felonies for his role in stealing a truck last month, was held Tuesday in Fourth Judicial District Court in Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

CenturyLink Franchise Agreement

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Staff with the City of Sheridan have been negotiating with representatives with CenturyLink for the past six months on the development of a franchise agreement between the two entities.

Big Horn Baseball Club Starts Fundraising for Ball Fields

The Big Horn Baseball Club is actively working to raise funds for two ball fields on the Big Horn school complex.