Sheridan

Trail End State Historic Site Memorial Day, Summer Hours

The Trail End State Historic Site will be open over the long Memorial Day weekend and they will change to their summer hours of operation shortly there after.

Ignite Conference Thursday

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce will be hosting their 5th Annual Ignite Your Business Professional Development Conference at Sheridan College on Thursday.

SHS, Schiffer Graduation Ceremonies This Weekend

After their final 9 months of high school, Sheridan County School District 2 graduates are gearing up to receive their diplomas this weekend.

Council Approves Professional Services Agreement for Landfill Operations

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A professional services agreement between Trihydro Corporation and the City of Sheridan was approved Monday night by the Sheridan City Council.

Fire Destroys House on Beaver Creek

Fire destroyed a home on Beaver Creek Road this past weekend.

Change Order Adds to Costs at Sagebrush

A change order in the contract for modular buildings at Sagebrush Elementary School could add as much as $150,000 to the costs for the buildings.

Sheridan Law Officers Say 'Click It or Ticket'

With the Memorial Day holiday approaching, Sheridan County law enforcement has issued a reminder to all drivers to use their seat belts.

Report Concludes Coal Has Future Beyond Current Uses

A report spearheaded by Sheridan-based Ramaco Carbon has concluded that coal offers significant uses beyond its current uses as a feedstock to fuel power plants or to produce coke for making steel.

Final Bolshoi, Met Live of the Season This Week

This week, Sheridan County will have their final chance to experience the Russian Ballet offerings of Bolshoi in Cinema and the New York City Met Live Opera in HD until the new season starts in the fall.

A Look Back in Time: May 20, 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 May 20, 1919.

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