Woman's Club Serves the Community

Chartered in December 1919, the Story Woman's Club is celebrating its 100th year this year.

ABF Water System Needed Total Revamp

WWC Engineering and Project Schoolhouse have teamed up to help the Antelope Butte Foundation provide running water to their lodge at the Antelope Butte Mountain Recreation Area in the Bighorn National Forest.

SRO Randy Pitchford Talks Back to School

All schools in Sheridan County will be back in session this week as the summer break comes to an end.

Legislative Committee Looks at I-80 Toll

The Transportation, Highways, and Military Affairs Committee of the Wyoming Legislature is exploring the implementation of a toll on Interstate 80, a thoroughfare that cuts through the southern part of the state.

UW Study: Migrating Mule Deer Don’t Need Directions

How do big-game animals know where to migrate across hundreds of miles of vast Wyoming landscapes year after year?

Sheridan County Affirms Decision on Story Public Right-of-Way

As part of their consent agenda during their last regular meeting, the Sheridan County Commission ratified the Final Order of the proposed vacation of a right-of-way in the First Addition to the Town of Lodore.

Hundreds Flock to Brewfest

Hundreds of people headed for Whitney Commons Saturday to listen to music, enjoy food from local vendors and sample brews from about 25 professional craft brewers from more than six states.

Story Days Provides a Lot to Do

A parade, book sale at the library and lunch provided by the Story Woman's Club was just part of a full day of activities Saturday during Story Days.

Library Hosts Orphan Train Presentation Wednesday

The Sheridan Fulmer Public Library will be hosting a one hour presentation on Wednesday on the Orphan Train that at one time came through Sheridan County.

WWC, Project Schoolhouse Collaborate to Bring Running Water to Antelope Butte

WWC Engineering and Project Schoolhouse have teamed up to help bring fresh, running water to the Antelope Butte Mountain Recreation Area. Jack Fritz, Director of Operations at WWC, explains.

Revenue Committee Talking Corporate Tax

The Wyoming Legislature only has a small period of each year where they are in Cheyenne full time and during the interim, committee work keeps Legislators busy. A topic that has come up in the Revenue Committee is the possibility of adding a tax for corporations to the current system.

Educational Science Center

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Joey’s Fly Fishing Foundation is proposing to build an educational science center on a little over 2 acres of property that is owned by SEEDA and the City of Sheridan, next to Big Goose Creek in north Sheridan. Thursday night, the local nonprofit provided an update on the venture during a meeting at the Downtown Sheridan Association’s Community Room. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Hub on Smith Looks at Options for Brooks Street Property

Directors of The Hub on Smith Street continue to research options for use of property on Brooks Street that was given to The Hub earlier this summer.

County OKs Agreement on Assessment for Jail, Courthouse Rehab

Sheridan County's Commissioners accepted an agreement between themselves and CTA Architects for the firm to perform an assessment of the rehabilitation of the county courthouse and jail,

Edwards Approved for Term on Economic Joint Powers Board

At their meeting this week the Buffalo City Council voted approve Mayor Shane Schrader's recommendation to appoint Shann Edwards to the Kaycee/Buffalo/Johnson County Economic Development Joint Powers Board for a three-year term.

WYDOT: Main Street Reconfiguration Study “Going Well”

Although no decisions have been made as to whether or not the current 3 lane configuration of Sheridan’s Main Street will be implemented during the Wyoming Department of Transportation resurfacing project in 2023, the study is going well.

A Call for Signatures

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A petition has been circulating around Sheridan in an effort to put Charter Ordinance #2202, the City Administrator Ordinance, on the ballot for a special election. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Veteran's Plaza Named in Honor of Young

The veteran's plaza at the entrance to Sheridan College is now the Paul R. Young Veteran's Plaza in honor of the most recently departed president of the Northern Wyoming Community College District.

Sheridan County OKs Contract for TANF Funding

Sheridan County's Commissioners approved and accepted a contract between the county and the Wyoming Department of Family Services for funding under the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Community Partnership Initiative.

Wyoming Has Lead in Block Chain Implementation

Wyoming has the lead across the United States in implementing laws that enable block chain technology.