Sheridan

Sister Act Gala Opens Saturday

On Saturday, the Sheridan WYO Theater will open their show Sister Act The Musical. Erin Butler, the Executive Director of the WYO, explains that it is the theater’s Gala performance
for this year.

9th Annual Link Partners in Pink Event Takes Place Saturday

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and this will be the 9th year that Sheridan has celebrated survivors and raised awareness through the Link Partners in Pink Event.

City Administrator Provides Sales and Use Tax Update

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Sales and use tax numbers continue to improve for the City of Sheridan.

Snow Removal Plan and Update

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It’s just a matter of time until the snow flies and winter settles in for the season. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details of just how busy City crews were last winter.

Senator Enzi: ‘Senate Budget Supports Tax Reform to Help American Families’

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The U.S. Senate Tuesday began debate on the Budget Resolution for fiscal year 2018.

A Look Back in Time: Oct. 18, 1917

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Oct. 18, 1917.

Barkan, Schilling Named to BOCES Board

Sheridan County School District 1 trustees Penny Barkan and Mary Schilling have been named to represent District 1 on the Hot Springs Early Childhood BOCES.

Road ROW Just One of Many Conditions

Peter Clark, who's mayor of Ranchester and chairman of the Tongue River Valley Joint Powers Board, said county action Tuesday, that granted right of way on four county roads, is one of 22 conditions that the joint powers board must meet to secure a loan from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Commissioners Approve Agreement for Courthouse Work

Sheridan County commissioners are hopeful that bids can go out around the first of the year for a replacement for the air conditioning system in the old county courthouse.

College Issues Statement Regarding Vandalized Vehicle

Sheridan College Police Chief Jason Vela says police are especially alert to the possibility that recent vandalization of a student's car was racially motivated.

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