3-D Printing Software Focus of Tech Meet-up

A Laramie-based startup company that's working on simulation software for 3-D printed parts was the focus of a tech meet-up Monday night at CoWork at the Montgomery.

School District 1 Has Unique Bus Situation

Sheridan County School District 1 is unique.

'Flame of Hope' Run Held Monday

About 65 to 70 Special Olympics athletes ran a loop from Sheridan's Whitney Park down Main Street and back Monday morning during this year's Flame of Hope run.

Buffalo Council to Discuss Purchase of Building

Buffalo's City Council will hold a public hearing on and discuss the purchase of a building located at 18 Plains Drive at tonight's council meeting.

Sheridan County Museum, Warnke Talk Rosebud Diorama

The Sheridan County Museum and Historical Society have been renovating their space and changing the exhibits for their season opening later this month. One of the notable changes will be the absence of the Rosebud Diorama created by local resident Tom Warnke.

County To Dissolve Little Goose Valley Water District

Sheridan County's Commissioners will consider and are expected to act on a Resolution that will begin the process to dissolve the Little Goose Valley Water District during their Tuesday meeting.

Girl Scouts Celebrate 'Being Their Best'

Four Girl Scouts and their moms enjoyed a celebratory dinner at Frackelton's Saturday night as the Scouts put into practice skills in etiquette they've been learning since February.

Trees for Trash Provides Choice of Locations

This year's Trees for Trash gave area residents choices of where they could drop off their trash.

Benefiting Celebrate the Arts

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The latest Dining for a Cause at Frackelton's in downtown Sheridan raised $10,341.52 for Celebrate the Arts.

(Photo Ron Richter ©)

Fluoride Survey Results to Be Presented to Council

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In March, the City of Sheridan mailed out approximately 12,400 surveys to residents regarding the continuation of fluoridating the water for City of Sheridan, Sheridan Area Water Supply, and Downer Neighborhood Improvement and Service District customers.

City and Firefighters Reach Contract Agreement

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Negotiations between the City of Sheridan and the International Association of Firefighters Local #276 have concluded with a contract agreement for the upcoming fiscal year that begins on July 1.

Arlo Guthrie at the WYO

On Tuesday Arlo Guthrie’s Alice’s Restaurant Back by Popular Demand Tour will roll through the Sheridan WYO Performing Arts and Education Center.

YMCA Camp Space Still Open

Registration is open for the Sheridan County YMCA’s 2019 Summer Camps and there are still plenty of spots open for area children to participate.

County Liquor Licensees Now Required to Have TIPS Training

Alcoholic beverage servers in the City of Sheridan have been required to have TIPS training for some time, in an effort to decrease over serving and other problems related to consumption of alcohol.

Baby Got Backyard Winner

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Winners of Baby Got Backyard!
They received prizes from Landon’s Greenhouse and Nursery, Sunlight Federal Credit Union, Wyo Carb, Tool and Equipment Rental, and C&B Operations-John Deere Dealer!

The Return of Sheridan Beer

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A piece of Sheridan’s history will be making a return in a little over a month. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Gatchell Museum Brings Programs Through Grant

The Johnson County Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum in Buffalo recently offered programs focusing on Native American history and identity featuring three Native American speakers, due in part to a grant received from the Wyoming Community Foundation.

Motorcade for Trade Travels Through Sheridan

Led by a 25-foot RV, an organization called Farmers for Free Trade is on the road for a multi-state, 3,500 mile tour aimed at building awareness about the U.S., Mexico, Canada free trade agreement and its importance to American farmer.

Rotary Club Gathers at Sheridan Inn for Photo

Members of Sheridan's Rotary Club dressed in their best and met at the Sheridan Inn Thursday to have their photo taken in honor of the organization's 100th anniversary this year.

'Ignite' Conference Promises Tangible Concepts

Tangible concepts that can be implemented immediately by a business owner, manager or employee is the promise of the fifth annual Ignite Your Business Conference in Sheridan.