Rescheduled 'Raptor Experience' Offered Friday

The Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum and Cloud Peak Elementary School will be offering a presentation on Wyoming's birds of prey entitled “The Draper Museum Raptor Experience,” which was originally scheduled for last week, but was postponed due to weather conditions around Cody.

Sculpture Vandalized in Downtown Sheridan

“A Feather's Flight,” a sculpture on loan to Sheridan's Public Arts program, was vandalized some time this past weekend.

Cemetery Tours Start on Saturday

Sheridan County Museum Director John Woodward is once again hosting cemetery tours in Sheridan on the next three Saturdays. Woodward provides a taste of what the tour will reveal.

Friends of the Library Fundraiser Early Bird Tickets End Saturday

Tickets at the early bird discounted price for the 35th Annual Friends of the Library Fundraiser will only be available through Saturday. Cameron Duff, Director of the Sheridan County Library Systems.

2 Out of Towners Involved in Sheridan Bar Altercation

On Wednesday, September 20, at a little after 11pm, two individuals from out of town were involved in an altercation at a Sheridan bar. Sheridan Police Department’s Lt. Tom Ringley gives us the details.

City Accepting Applications for Bar and Grill Licenses

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Interested parties have less than a month to apply for a bar and grill license through the City of Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

City Hires Consultant for Water and Sewer Rate Study

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A contract between the City of Sheridan and Raftelis Financial Consultants, Inc, to review the water and sewer rates and provide a financial update for the City’s utilities department was recently approved by the Sheridan City Council.

Registration Open For Governor’s Business Forum

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The Governor’s Business Forum will take place this year November 7 through the 9 at the Little America Hotel and Resort in Cheyenne.

Homecoming in Full Swing at Big Horn

Students at Big Horn High School have dressed up as farm animals and old-time circus performers, and Wednesday is western wear day at the school.

Work Could Start Next Year on Gas Pipeline

Work could start next year on a pipeline that would deliver natural gas to residents in the Tongue River Valley.

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