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November 5th, 2015

Sheridan’s Downtown Association Hires Events Coordinator

The Downtown Sheridan Association has announced that Zoila Perry is their new Events Coordinator.

Sheridan’s Downtown Association Honors Volunteers, Visionaries

Volunteers and visionaries were honor this week by the Downtown Sheridan Association during an appreciation dinner.

Local Foundation Plans to Keep Ski Area Open Year Round

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We conclude our series about the mission of a local foundation that’s goal is to open a ski area in the Big Horns that has been dormant for over a decade. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

Chamber Announces 2015 Stroll Button Design Winner

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This year’s Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Christmas Stroll button design winner was announced at a special ceremony at Sheridan’s City Hall Wednesday. 11-year-old Ashley Reilly received a framed print of her winning design along with $100 in Chamber Bucks, and a certificate.

November 5th

College Seeks to Build Relationships

As we reported earlier, trustees of the local college district and one of Sheridan County's school districts met in a joint session earlier this week. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair has more details.

Holy Name School Outperforms Other Schools in Area

Scores from statewide tests administered in Wyoming's schools every year have again ranked Holy Name Catholic School as one of the top schools in Wyoming.

Sheridan Man Has Initial Hearing

John DeTavernier of Sheridan made an initial appearance in circuit court in Sheridan this week on two charges of delivery of a controlled substance, which is a felony offense.

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A Look Back in Time: Nov. 5, 1915

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Nov. 5, 1915.

Family Income Decline Blamed on Cancer Diagnosis

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A recent study conducted by a researcher at the University of Wyoming indicates that a diagnosis of cancer leads to significant income loss for the patient and family.