Archive - Sep 11, 2017 - News

District 2 Enrollments Up

Sheridan County School District 2 has seen an overall increase of 28 students so far this year.

Sheridan Police Host Open House

Tours of police cars and the recently renovated police building, cake, cookies and a chance to win prizes by answering a history quiz were part of the Sheridan Police Department's open house Monday.

Recalling My Daughter’s First Day of School

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In the last few weeks, thousands a little children in Wyoming have marched off to school. Especially for those parents of kindergartners, it is a poignant time. It sure was for me back in 1976 when our daughter Amber marched off to her first day of school.

Ceremony Commemorates Victims of 9-11

Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair attended a special event in Sheridan Monday. This is her report.

Wyoming to Host Beef Symposium in November

One of the premiere production beef cattle symposiums in the country has been set for Nov. 28-30 in Wyoming.

Rolls-Royce Rolls Back Into Sheridan County

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars is returning to Sheridan County this week after a little over a year. In June of last year, the car company unveiled their new Dawn convertibles at the Brinton Museum.

Growlers for Growlers Event Set for Friday

The Sheridan Dog and Cat Shelter will host their Annual Fundraiser Growlers for Growlers at Sheridan’s Black Tooth Brewery on Friday night.

Firefighters, Police Join in 9-11 Memorial

The ringing of a bell and release of doves Monday morning commemorated the events of Sept. 11, 2001, as they have every Sept. 11 since 2002.

Aggravated Robbery Case Convicts One of Four Perpetrators

In the early morning hours of December 8th, four armed men forced entry into a rural residence in northern Sheridan County. The robbers stole an unknown amount of cash and several firearms.

Wyoming News Update

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CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — A convicted Wyoming bank robber who was recently released from prison has been returned to custody for violating the terms of his probation.