Met Live Presents Akhnaten Saturday

The Met Live in HD’s latest performance will be live streamed from New York City at the Sheridan WYO Theater on Saturday.

SCSD2 Juniors Get 3 Free Chances to Take the ACT

Sheridan County School District 2 has brought back their program to provide 3 free chances for High School Juniors to take the ACT test.

Best Practices When Getting Pulled Over

When getting pulled over by law enforcement officials, should you do so immediately or wait until the nearest turn off where you can get out of the right of way?

Governor Gordon Testifies Before Senate on Clean Water Act Reform

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U.S. Senator John Barrasso of Wyoming, Chairman of the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works , welcomed Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon to the committee this week to testify at a hearing regarding The Clean Water Act, particularly, the need to reform Section 401 of that act.

130 Wildlife Professionals Attend Conference in Sheridan

More than 130 wildlife professionals from around the state are in Sheridan this week for the 2019 annual conference of the Wyoming chapter of the Wildlife Society and the Wyoming Wildlife Federation.

High School Seniors Discuss Adult Issues, Practice Job Interviews

High school seniors from Sheridan County School District 1 – Big Horn and the Tongue River Valley – got a taste of what they'll need to know as adults and practiced job interviews in a special event Wednesday at Sheridan's Holiday Inn.

MOU Adds 3 Poles Area to State ORV System

At their Tuesday meeting Sheridan County's Commissioners approved a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the county and the Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources; Division of State Parks, Historic Sites, and Trails.

Buffalo Council OKs Amendment to Wells Agreement

An amendment to an existing Master Service Agreement between the City of Buffalo and WWC Engineering was discussed by the city council during their Tuesday meeting.

UW, CWC Launch Statewide Entrepreneur Course

The University of Wyoming and Central Wyoming College have teamed up to launch an entrepreneur education course statewide.

ETHEL+Robert Mirabal Present The River, Friday at the WYO

The WYO Theater in Sheridan will be the venue for a collaboration between ETHEL and Robert Mirabal entitled The River on Friday evening.

CSO Boone Talks Aggressive Dogs

Community Service Officer with the Sheridan Police Department have a variety of duties that include enforcing snow removal and animal control.

Council Authorizes Assignment of Surplus Funds

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The City of Sheridan took the first step in what will inevitably be a long tedious process of implementing a new software system for the City. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Charter Franchise Agreement Approved on Second Reading

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A franchise agreement between the City of Sheridan and Charter Communications was approved on second reading by the Sheridan City Council at their recent meeting.

Sheridan County Working on Rules for Indigent Burials

The Sheridan County Commission approved a Notice of Intent to establish rules governing indigent burial payments at their Tuesday meeting.

YMCA Looking for New Aquatic Center Lifeguards

With the new Sheridan County YMCA Aquatic Center almost complete, a slew of lifeguards will be needed to staff the facility.

SCLT Volunteers Rack Up Large Number of Work Hours

With a healthy number of non profit organizations in the area, Sheridan County has an abundance of volunteer support. This was highlighted recently by Sheridan Community Land Trust Director of Marketing and Development Chris Vrba while a guest on our news talk show Public Pulse.

WASC State Convention Held in Sheridan

The Wyoming Association of Student Councils held their annual State Convention in Sheridan Monday and Tuesday.

Council Renders Decision on DDA

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The Sheridan City Council Monday night made their final decision on the direction of the Downtown Development Authority.

Cheney Discusses Wyoming’s Contribution to AML Program

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Wyoming Congresswoman and House GOP Conference Chair Liz Cheney, recently highlighted the significant contribution of Wyoming’s coal industry to the federal Abandoned Mine Land (AML) program.

Salvation Army Director Among Dining for Cause Attendees

UPDATE: Dining for A Cause raised $13,134.95 on Monday.

Among those Dining for a Cause at Frackelton's restaurant Monday was Pete Irwin, who came up from Denver to attend the event held for the Salvation Army organization in Sheridan.