Keystone Award Recipients Named

Bob and Rosie Berger, Jay McGinnis and Mary Jean Roush will be honored next April at the eighth annual Keystone Awards presentation.

Kendrick Park Reopening to Vehicular Traffic Soon

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Motorists will soon be able to access Kendrick Park once again. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

SHS Organizes Food Drive

Sheridan High School, with help from some other schools in the area, is aiming to collect 5,000 cans of food to help local families.

Whitney Was First, But Not Last

Since 2001, according to Tom Kinnison, the Whitney Benefits Foundation has given over $70 million to the community.

Museum Raffle Tickets On Sale for .22 Henry Rifle

The Sheridan County Museum is currently selling raffle tickets for a special .22 caliber Henry Rifle. John Woodward, the Museum’s Director, shares why the rifle is so unique.

Courthouse Closure Announced for Thursday, Friday

If you have business you would like to take care of with the Sheridan County Courthouse within the next week, you will need to do so before Thursday.

Deer Management Programs

The City of Sheridan has come up with two ways of controlling the deer populations in the city limits. With the guidance of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, the city has two deer management programs. Sheridan Police Department’s Lt.

Displaying Their Talents

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A talent show was held Thursday in Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

SCJC Discusses Past year, Future At Chamber Lunch

Derek Andrews, Director of Sheridan College in Johnson County, spoke at Wednesday's Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Luncheon where he reviewed all that happened during the 2016-17 school year, and looked at this school year so far and the upcoming spring semester.

Trustees Renew College President's Contract

The contract of Dr. Paul Young, college president and CEO of the Northern Wyoming Community College District, has been renewed for another five years, until 2022.

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