Young Announces Commencement Speaker

Susan Thomas, founder of the Craig and Susan Thomas Foundation, will be commencement speaker for both the Sheridan College and Gillette College graduation ceremonies in May.

Crunch Time

There are 4 days left until the 2019 General Session of the Wyoming Legislature is finished. Sheridan Media’s Rustin Burr checks in with his report from day two in Cheyenne.

Johnson County Appoints Four to Advisory Group

The Johnson County Commission has approved four people from the county to be a part of an advisory group that will work with the US Forest Service to tackle issues facing the the Forest Service on the Bighorn National Forest.

Fatality Reported in Hotel Fire

UPDATE - The individual who died in a fire at the old Edwards Hotel on Main Street can't be named at this time, pending contact of next of kin by the Sheridan County coroner's office.

Committee Formed to Review Charter Ordinance

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The Sheridan City Council approved the formation of a committee to review Charter Ordinance #2158. The action came at the Council’s meeting Monday night. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Studying the Traffic

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The Sheridan Police Department has implemented a new program to help reduce the number of traffic accidents in Sheridan.

Firefighters Battle Blaze on North Main

Sheridan firefighters were called to battle a blaze in the 500 block of North Main Street Wednesday night, reportedly at the Edwards Hotel.

A Day at the 2019 General Session

The 65th Wyoming Legislature only has 5 days remaining in the 2019 General Session. Sheridan Media’s Rustin Burr is in the state’s Capital and provided a report from his first day.

Amended Contract Between Sheridan County, DOH Approved

Sheridan County's Commissioners reviewed and discussed an amended contract between the county and the Wyoming Department of Health's Public Health Division.

FFA Students Serve Breakfast as Part of FFA Week

Wearing their official FFA corduroy, students of the John B. Kendrick FFA Chapter at Sheridan High School served breakfast to high school faculty Wednesday morning.

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