Full Steam Ahead

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The City of Sheridan is taking a look at what to do with the steam locomotive engine that sits on the corner of 5th Street and Broadway. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Catch the ‘Safe Ride’ Trolley

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Black Tooth Brewing Company, the Pony Grill and Bar and Sheridan Media have teamed up to offer the “safe ride” trolley during this week’s Sheridan WYO Rodeo activities.

UW Researcher Contributes to Sky Surveys in Preparation for Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument

When people go camping in Wyoming, they often look to the sky to see the moon and the stars and, perhaps, ponder their place in the universe.

New Poll Examines Public Opinion on Wildlife and Migration Corridors in Wyoming

Results from a new statewide poll of 400 registered voters in Wyoming and an online focus group of 20 Wyoming residents on topics related to wildlife and migration corridors are now available from the Ruckelshaus Institute and Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources at the University of Wyo

Rodeo Window Decorating Contest Winners Announced

Advanced Communications Technology, or ACT, was selected as the grand prize winner of this year’s Sheridan WYO Rodeo Window Decorating Contest.

Sheridan County Approves DFS Child Support Agreement

Sheridan County's Commissioners approved and accepted an agreement between the Wyoming Department of Family Services and the Sheridan County Clerk of District Court.

Johnson County War Tour Coming in August

The Hoofprints of the Past Museum in Kaycee will again be offering their Johnson County War Tour next month, which will take those interested on a bus tour of the sites along the path taken by the invaders during the events of 1892.

Burns Brings PGI to Wyoming for 50th Convention

Next month, the Pyrotechnics Guild International will conviene for their 50th Convention in Gillette thanks in part to Sheridan’s resident pyrotechnician and mastermind of the annual 4th of July Equestrian Center Fireworks show, Bruce Burns.

Game and Fish Master Angler Program

A new Wyoming Game and Fish Department program recognizes anglers who catch trophy sized game fish in state waters.

June Traffic Study

The Sheridan Police Department’s June traffic study took a look at how motorists adhere to the 20mph zone on Burkitt Street between Main and Thurmond in Sheridan. Police Lt.

Sheridan Heights Ranch, County Agree on Trail Easement

The Sheridan County Commission entered into an agreement with Sheridan Heights Ranch, LLC for a trail easement for an extension to an existing trail for non-motorized use by the public.

Buffalo Council Accepts Bid for Garbage Truck

The City of Buffalo will be getting a new garbage truck next year, after the city council approved and accepted a bid for just under $170,000.

People Turn Out for Homebrew Festival

People were already waiting when the Untapped Homebrew Festival got underway Saturday afternoon in downtown Sheridan.

Karz Show is Biggest Yet

With more than 200 vehicles in downtown Sheridan Saturday, this year's Karz Rod Run appears to be the biggest one yet.

Law Enforcement to Increase Presence for Rodeo Week

Beginning Monday, and running through Sunday, July 14, local law enforcement will have an increased presence throughout Sheridan and Sheridan County.

G & F: Leave Baby Wildlife Alone

Fawns and calves are very vulnerable in their first weeks of life and many times, a scene where a young animal is all alone can look out of place for the average human.

High Profile Vehicle Struck I-90 Bridge Over KROE Lane

Tuesday, a large vehicle struck an Interstate 90 bridge as it was traveling westbound on KROE Lane in Sheridan.

Veterans Honored at Flag-Raising

Sheridan veterans were recognized during a flag-raising hosted by a Sheridan woman at her residence on South Jefferson Street Thursday.

Parks and Recreation Master Plan

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Consultants hired last year by the City of Sheridan have been working on updating the Parks and Recreation Master Plan.

SC Students Earn Top Spots at National SkillsUSA Competition

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Louisville, Kentucky, was the site last week of the SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference. Eight students from Sheridan College took part in the conference, competing against thousands of their peers.