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Veteran Says Weekend is 'Healing'

Cabot Peden described this Labor Day weekend as "healing."

Blacksmith Competition Under Way in Big Horn

More than 60 blacksmiths have gathered at the Big Horn Equestrian Center at Big Horn this weekend to demonstrate their skills and learn how to do what they do better in the World Championship Blacksmith Competition.

40-Plus Veterans in Sheridan for 'Best Weekend Ever'

Over 40 wounded warriors have come together in Sheridan for a weekend of fun and camaraderie hosted by the Wyoming W.E.S.T. Wounded Warrior Foundation.

Firefighters Set Out Boots for MDA

In a tradition that's been ongoing for decades, Sheridan firefighters set out their boots Saturday to collect money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association.

Starting Strong

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The Sheridan Bronc football team kicked of their season at home Friday night with an impressive win over Rock Springs 23-7. Here are a few shots from the game.

(All photos Ron Richter ©)

Special Election Update and Main Street Test Extension on Council’s Radar

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The Sheridan City Council will be receiving an update on the possible special election that may be held in reference to Charter Ordinance #2202, the City Administrator Ordinance.

Council Holds Strategic Planning Session

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The Sheridan City Council and Mayor Roger Miller discussed a number of City related issues and topics at a strategic planning meeting Thursday night.

Community Continues Trend of Safe Choices

The Sheridan County community has by all accounts done an excellent job this summer of making safe choices during large gatherings.

South Dakota Man Arraigned on Drug Charges

An arraignment hearing was held Thursday in Fourth Judicial District Court for a man from South Dakota charged with two felony drug charges. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Conversations in History Start Soon

Casual Conversations in History, the monthly programs that are co-hosted between the Sheridan County Historical Society and Museum and the Hub on Smith, are set to start back up in September.

Garden Grows From Summer School Enrichment

Teachers and students at Tongue River Elementary School pick fresh vegetables for their lunches, and students learn not only science lessons but math and language as well.

Buffalo Business Features New Age Products, Holistic Health

The Purple Door, a new business in Buffalo, offers holistic healing, new age products and metaphysical supplies, and classes about all that is offered there.

Deer Management Program Continues in 2019

For over a decade, the City of Sheridan has allowed local archers to harvest deer within city limits. That program is scheduled to happen once again in 2019. Sheridan Police Department Lt.

Easement Vacation Granted

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A request to vacate a fifteen foot wide utility easement located on Lot 2 of the Bryant Minor Subdivision in Sheridan was approved in the form of a resolution by the Sheridan City Council.

City, County Team to Upgrade YMCA

The Johnson County Family YMCA in Buffalo is currently undergoing some needed work that will extend the life of the building.

Friday Last Day to Submit Summer Reading Bingo Cards Before Holiday Closure

School is back in session and August is all but over, a sign that summer has come to an end.

Sheridan Commission Reminds Residents of Fire Restrictions

During their last regular meeting, Sheridan County Commissioner Mike Nickel, wanted to remind county residents of the recent partial fire restrictions passed by the commission that went into effect on August 12th.

Law Enforcement Reminds Community to Drive Sober During Holiday Weekend

During the upcoming Labor Day holiday weekend, the Sheridan Police Department, the Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office, and the Wyoming Highway Patrol will be working overtime to get impaired drivers off the roads.

New City Website

This month, the City of Sheridan launched their new website www.sheridanwy.gov. While a guest recently on our news talk show Public Pulse, Sheridan Police Department Lt.

Sheridan Commission Denies Liquor License Application

During their recent regular meeting the Sheridan County Commission denied an application for a new retail liquor license for Harry Washut at the Corner Store in Story.