Casual Conversations Looks at Dome Lake Resort

The Sheridan County Historical Society and Museum will host their first Casual Conversations in History of 2018 on Wednesday at The Hub.

A Day in the Life Series: Sheridan PD Ride Along

During the first month of the year Sheridan Media is taking a look at the day in the life of local emergency service providers. We started off with a look at an evening with Sheridan Police Department Patrol Officer Curtis Jorgensen.

Future for Air Service Looks Exciting

Shawn Parker sees exciting potentials ahead for air service in Sheridan in 2018.

Sales Tax Generates $2 Million Plus for County

Over the last four years, the one percent sales tax has generated about $2.5 million that's gone directly to Sheridan County.

How to Keep Your New Year's Resolutions

With a New Year comes personal reflection and the urge to set some new goals for the year ahead. Unfortunately, many struggle to keep their New Year’s Resolutions. Local Certified Personal Trainer Dr.

YMCA Winter Club A Big Success

Over the two weeks of K-12 Christmas Break, kids can sometimes have a hard time keeping themselves busy. That is why the Sheridan County YMCA started their Winter Club, which wrapped up Friday.

Secretary of State Murray Weighs In On Trump Decision

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Wyoming Secretary of State Ed Murray applauded President Trump’s Executive Order to dissolve the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity.

Buffalo Council Approves Designations, Submits Disclosures

Buffalo's City Council, in addition to approving the recommendations for Mayor Mike Johnson's appointments, also approved designations for the newspaper and depositories for the city.

Sheridan's New Year Baby Arrives Tuesday

The 2018 New Year baby was born Tuesday at Sheridan Memorial Hospital.

Stalking Awareness

January is National Stalking Awareness Month. This means that throughout the first month of the year, organizations and individuals will be raising awareness about a problem that exists in many communities including our own according to Sheridan’s Advocacy and Resource Center and Police Department.

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