Archive - Dec 6, 2017 - News

Hospital Medical Arts Building on Track

Construction of the new Medical Arts Center at Sheridan Memorial Hospital remains on track for completion in September of next year.

UW Professor Makes List of Highly Cited Researchers for 4th Consecutive Year

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A University of Wyoming’s Professor has been listed as one of the world’s most highly cited researchers in the field of geosciences for the 4 consecutive year.

Pet Photos with Santa on Saturday

Get your leashes and your pet carriers ready because Pet Photos with Santa is happening this Saturday at Sheridan’s Muddy Paw Prints.

2nd Annual Christmas Swing Concert

On Thursday night, the Sheridan College Whitney Center for the Arts will be filled with Christmas cheer as the 2nd Annual Christmas Swing Concert commences. Dr.

Commission Approves Cell Tower Request

A request for a conditional use permit to erect a cell tower west of Mydland Road in Sheridan County was considered by the Sheridan County Commissioners at their regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

New Plan for Bar and Grill Licenses

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A bill sponsored by State Senator Bruce Burns of Sheridan that was signed into law earlier this year by Governor Matt Mead, allowed for the City of Sheridan to receive two additional bar and grill licenses.

Changes to Mobile Home Park Regulations

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A resolution amending the rules and regulations governing mobile home parks in Sheridan County was approved unanimously by the Sheridan County Commission at their meeting Tuesday.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.


BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Former U.S. Sens. Max Baucus and Al Simpson made a case for political civility as the two discussed national topics at a public forum.

District 2 Trustees Updated on Construction Projects

A project to replace boilers at Sheridan High School is on track to be let for bid after the first of the year.

County Accepts Grant Agreements For Mental Health Services

Johnson County's Commissioners approved and accepted grant agreements between themselves and Northern Wyoming Mental Health for the facility to provide a number of services to county residents through the Wyoming Department of Health.