Speaker Talks About Those Who See Need and Get Involved

There are a number of people and organizations in Sheridan County who see a need and get involved.

Arrest Made for Incident at Sheridan Hotel

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Officers with the Sheridan Police Department responded to a report Tuesday afternoon of a male individual damaging property at the Best Western Sheridan Center on Main Street.

Missing Woman In Bighorn Mountains Found Deceased

A Kentucky woman missing in the Bighorn Mountains west of Buffalo since Monday has been found deceased, according to Johnson County Sheriff Steve Kozisek.

Leadership Sheridan County Applications Available Now

The most recent class of individuals has graduated from the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Sheridan County Program and that signifies that a new class of applicants will be determined soon.

ARC and Compass Host March Against Family Violence

On Saturday morning, in honor of National Family Violence Awareness Month, The Sheridan Advocacy and Resource Center and the Compass Center for Families will host a March Against Family Violence.

McDonald’s to Host Coffee With A Cop Saturday

McDonald’s on Sheridan’s Coffeen Avenue will host Coffee with a Cop on Saturday morning. The Sheridan Police Department implemented the Coffee with a Cop program in an effort to increase the community’s comfort level with the department’s officers. Lt.

City Computer Replacement Program

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The City of Sheridan will soon be replacing a good number of computers that are used as part of the City’s day-to-day operations.

Representative Madden on State Revenue Picture

The Wyoming Legislature's Joint Interim Revenue Committee has been tasked with developing a plan for the State to generate more revenue to make up for the lack of revenue caused by the downturn in the mineral extraction industry.

TRHS Celebrates Homecoming

There's a lot going on this week at Tongue River High School as students and faculty celebrate the school's homecoming.

JOCO First Seeks To Sell Properties

JOCO First is looking to sell some of the properties they own to raise capital for ongoing projects at the Bomber Mountain Civic Center, and have approached the county commissioners for permission to do so.

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