Sheridan VA Talks MISSION Act

One year ago, President Donald Trump signed the MISSION Act into law.

High Turbidity in Sheridan Water Supply

The City of Sheridan has been experiencing record high levels of turbidity within the Big Goose Creek water supply. Turbidity is murkiness caused by suspended particles, such as dirt and sediment.

Enhancing the East 5th Street Corridor

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A public meeting on project plans for the City of Sheridan East 5th Street Corridor Project was held Tuesday night at the Historic Sheridan Inn. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Sheridan Beer Grand Re-Launch Party

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Black Tooth Brewing in Sheridan will be the site of a grand re-launch party for Sheridan Beer Saturday.

City to Move Forward on Solid Waste Diversion Pilot Programs

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In April, staff with the City of Sheridan along with consultant Bob Craggs with Burns and McDonnell, presented the Sheridan City Council and Mayor Roger Miller with several options on solid waste diversion and ways the City can improve the amount of waste that is recycled.

Scams Number in the Hundreds

Literally hundreds of scams are being plied to catch the unwary and separate people from their money.

Council OKs Grant Application For Flatiron Drive Reconstruction

Buffalo's City Council has approved a grant application to the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) for reconstruction of Flatiron Drive.

Sheridan Commission Officially Declares State of Emergency

The Sheridan County Commission officially declared a county-wide State of Emergency during their meeting Tuesday, in response to flooding that occurred on May 28th, and with the possibility there may still be flooding in the near future.

Koltiska Distillery Throws Anniversary Bash

Friday night will be rockin' at Koltiska Distillery, at 644 Crook Street, as the company holds an anniversary party complete with food, drinks and live music.

Solar Energy Becoming More Accessible For Residential and Commercial

When Stacie Mack, owner and director of Big Steps Early Learning Center in Sheridan, found that rent and energy costs were holding her business back, she made the switch to solar energy, the cost efficiency of which allowed her to put more money back into her business.

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