Archive - May 5, 2017 - News

Museum to Host Collections Worknight on Tuesday

With just over a week since the Sheridan County Museum reopened for the season with two new exhibits, they will host a collections worknight on Tuesday. According to Museum Director John Woodward, said that this is a new program the museum is offering.

Fulmer Library to Present Program on Railroad History

On Wednesday, the Sheridan Fulmer Public Library will host railroad expert and historian James Ehernberger. According to Library Coordinator Christina Schmidt, the program will feature history that dates back as far as the 1880’s.

UW Layoffs

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The University of Wyoming is expecting to layoff staff members in the coming weeks. According to Chad Baldwin, Director of UW’s Institutional Communications, no layoffs have been announced yet.

Thursday Deadline for Sheriff's Candidates

UPDATE – Sheridan County Republican Party Chairman Ryan Mulholland said four people submitted the information needed by Thursday's deadline and will be interviewed Sunday for the county sheriff's office.

Trees for Trash and Community Cleanup Day

Trees for Trash and the inaugural community clean up day will take place Saturday in Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Annexation Ordinance Passes Second Reading

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The Sheridan City Council at their most recent meeting approved an ordinance on second reading that annexes a little over an acre of property that is located near the intersection of College Avenue and Washington Street.

SPD Looking to Fill Vacancies

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The Sheridan Police Department currently has four vacancies that they would like to fill in the near future.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.


CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — A concrete spire will continue to dominate the skyline of Wyoming's second-largest city.

Police Seek Ways to Fund Safe Rides

Sheridan police are looking for ways to fund the city's Safe Rides program, which provides taxi rides home for bar customers who've had too much to drink.

Science of Marijuana to be Topic of Presentation

Marijuana has changed, and the science behind that change will be the focus of a presentation in Sheridan College's Thorne-Rider Campus Center this month.