Ucross Foundation Community Christmas Celebrates Life of Founder Raymond Plank

Friends of Raymond Plank and families and folks from all over Sheridan and Johnson County came together this weekend to celebrate his life of 96 years at the Creative Center named for him, says Sharon Dynak, Ucro

Community Partners Mark Wreaths Across America at Sheridan Municipal Cemetery

The Cloud Peak Composite Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol and Republican Women of Sheridan County partnered to bring about a Wreaths Across America observance at the Sheridan Municipal Cemetery this weekend.

Senator Enzi Bids Farewell to Senator Hatch

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With the current session of Congress drawing to a close, U.S. Senator Mike Enzi of Wyoming, recently delivered remarks on the Senate floor to pay tribute to retiring U.S. Senator Orrin Hatch of Utah.

Distance Education Meets Needs of Working Students

The majority of students at Sheridan College work at least part time.

Johnson County Commission Amends 2018-19 Budget

The Johnson County Commission approved a resolution amending the 2018-19 county budget to include funds from various sources totaling nearly $67,000.

New DARE Vehicle

The Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office recently retired their DARE vehicle after a three year lease is up.

Family Punch Passes at the YMCA

Tis the season for being with family and occasionally congregating indoors.

City Eyeing Solid Waste Rate Study and Financial Plan Update

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The City of Sheridan will soon be taking the next step in having a financial planning study conducted for the solid waste enterprise fund.

Man Charged in Home Break-In Case Sentenced in District Court

A Montana man who was charged with breaking into a home in Sheridan County in late 2016 was sentenced in Fourth Judicial District Court in Sheridan Thursday. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Stender Sees Huge Opportunities in Aerospace Industry

Opportunities for Wyoming in the aerospace industry are huge.

Ranchester Mayor Wants to Broaden Service Area

Work could start next year on a pipeline that would carry natural gas to the towns of Ranchester and Dayton.

SDSD3 Super On Recruiting, Retaining In Smaller Districts

Superintendent of Sheridan County School District 3, Charles Auzqui, discussed smaller school districts, the differences from larger districts, challenges they deal with, and the positive changes made in his district over the last year, as well as how smaller districts recruit and retain quality teachers during the recent legislative forum.

Black Tooth Brewery Brews Resilience IPA in Benefit of Fire Victims

In the wake of the deadly Camp Fire that devastated over 153,000 acres of land in California, Sierra Nevada Brewing Company is selling Resilience IPA in support of the victims and cleanup of the fire.

Two More Chances to See Bolshoi in 2018

The Sheridan WYO Performing Arts and Education Center Bolshoi in Cinema series will have two more entries before we bring in the new year.

Library Trustees, Foundation to Hold Joint Meeting

The Sheridan County Library System Board of Trustees and Library Foundation Board will hold a joint meeting on Wednesday.

The Hub Celebrates 45th Anniversary

The Hub on Smith, Sheridan's senior center, will celebrate its 45th anniversary next week with an all-day open house featuring food, live music, door prizes and a trivia scavenger hunt.

Trustees Adopt Listing Price for Spear-O Mountain Campus

Trustees of the Northern Wyoming Community College District have voted to list the Spear-O Mountain Campus for sale for $800,000.

Healy Re-elected Chair of College Trustees

Norleen Healy was re-elected chair of the Northern Wyoming Community College District board of trustees Wednesday night after she took the oath of office to start her new term on the board.

Commissioner Novotny In Favor Of Buffalo As Site For Vets Facility

After the announcement this week that the Transportation, Highways and Military Affairs Committee voted to recommend Buffalo as the site for a proposed veterans skilled nursing facility, Johnson County Commissioner Bill Novotny said he was happy with the decision, and that it will bring good things to Buffalo if it is ultimately located here.

JCHC CEO Reacts To Buffalo As Site For Vets Nursing Facility

On Tuesday the Transportation, Highways and Military Affairs Committee voted to recommend Buffalo as the site for a proposed veterans skilled nursing facility.