Archive - Dec 5, 2017 - News

Holmes Named Outstanding Supervisor

Susan Holmes, chair of the Sheridan County Conservation District, was named Outstanding Supervisor of the Year at the Wyoming Association of Conservation Districts convention held last month.

Hospital Transforms Health Care

Sheridan Memorial Hospital has transformed the way it provides health care.

Sheridan Community College Hosts Chorale

On Saturday, Dec 9. at 7pm, the Sheridan Community College will be hosting the Collegiate Chorale holiday concert. The concert will be held at the Whitney Center for the Arts on the Sheridan College campus.

Sheridan PD Arrests Suspected Burglar

On Monday, December 4 at approximately 3:18am, Officers with the Sheridan Police Department arrested a man in connection with a series of recent burglaries in the Sheridan area. Nicholas M.

Hometown Shopping Sweepstakes Winners

Jessica Campbell, Ruth Martin, Deborah Corley, Crystal Fath, and Crystal Leeper have been announced as the 5 lucky winners of the 2017 Hometwon Shopping Sweepstakes. They each won $1,000 in certificates to local businesses in the Sheridan area.

Final Casual Conversations in History of 2017

Casual Conversations in History is one of the Sheridan County Museum’s monthly programs that run during the fall, winter, and spring seasons.

“Christmas with Craig” Program Returns to Sheridan County Libraries

The Sheridan County Library System is excited to announce that the Annual Christmas with Craig Program will once again be held this year at each of the branches.

Sheriff Hosts Third Outreach Event

In an effort to gauge the thoughts and concerns of the residents of Sheridan County, the Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office has been hosting Community Outreach Events each month.

Council Approves Stipend for Employees

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The Sheridan City Council met for their first meeting of December Monday night. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Emergency Funds Priority for Governor Mead

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Wyoming Governor Matt Mead recently unveiled his proposed budget of $2.9 billion for 2019-2020.