Hub Hosts Jam Session and Floats

The Hub on Smith Street opened the doors Tuesday night to an open mic jam session featuring bluegrass music and root beer floats.

Author to Sign Books During Clearmont Days

Among the events scheduled this coming weekend during Clearmont Days will be a book-signing.

No Immediate Changes Looming for Sheridan County Air Service

A draft contract between the state of Wyoming and SkyWest Airlines for air service to four Wyoming communities including Sheridan was approved this week, but there will be no immediate changes in air service in Sheridan County.

Procession for Cpl. Kirtley to Arrive Thursday

The remains of Cpl. DeMaret Kirtley, who died in North Korea during the conflict there nearly 70 years ago, will arrive at the Wyoming-Montana state line about 2:30 p.m. Thursday.

Commissioner Cram on Budget, Raises, Health Insurance

Sheridan County Commissioner Terry Cram, during an appearance on our talk show Public Pulse, talked about the county's budget and gave some good news and bad news concerning the commissioner's budget process.

County Approves Amendment For Incubator Agreement

Sheridan County has approved an amendment to the existing agreement between the county and the University of Wyoming for the Sheridan Incubator Facility.

A Look Back in Time: June 25, 1919

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 June 25, 1919.

Sheridan County Approves Agreement for WIC Program

Sheridan County has approved the annual agreement between themselves, the Wyoming Department of Health's Public Health Division and the Sheridan County WIC (Women, Infants, Children) Program.

Commissioner Cram Discusses Comprehensive Plan

Sheridan County Commissioner Terry Cram was recently a guest on our talk show Public Pulse, and one topic he touched on was the county's update to their Comprehensive Plan.

College District Looking at Applied Baccalaureate Program

Wyoming's Legislature in the session earlier this year authorized the state's community colleges to start offering their own applied baccalaureate – bachelor's degree level – programs.

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