Walk Held to Raise Funds, Awareness

People donned beads and walked Saturday in memory of friends or family lost to suicide, or just to support the cause of suicide prevention in the sixth annual Out of the Darkness Walk held in Sheridan.

Bar & Grill License Fee Structure Up For Third and Final Reading

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The Sheridan City Council will make their final decision Monday night regarding a fee structure for the two new bar and grill licenses the City received earlier this year. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

LGBT Resolution to Be Discussed at Council Meeting

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At a Sheridan City Council study session in August, Sheridan resident Brad Mohrmann, speaking on behalf of an informal group of concerned citizens, said that they’d like to see the City Council adopt a resolution supporting the LGBT Community in Sheridan.

Medical Arts Completion a Year Away

The new Medical Arts Complex being built at Sheridan Memorial Hospital is about a year away from completion.

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 16, 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 Sept. 16, 1917.

Balloon Flight Appears to be a 'Go'

Weather permitting, about 10 balloons will launch from the Big Horn Equestrian Center at 7:15 a.m. Saturday.

Walk Out of Darkness to Start at Y

Due to the weather, check-in and registration for the Sheridan County Walk Out of Darkness will be at the YMCA Saturday.

Wolf Creek Wrangle Still On

The course of the half marathon will be changed, but the Wolf Creek Wrangle set for Saturday at Eaton's Ranch is still a go.

Senior Center Name Unveiling Ceremony Set for Wednesday

On Wednesday, the Sheridan Senior Center will have their Grand Opening and Name Unveiling Ceremony now that their renovations have been completed.

Council President Discusses Kendrick Park Improvement Project

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The decision by the Sheridan City Council to spend over $800,000 on the road realignment project in Kendrick Park recently drew the ire from a few residents who voiced their disapproval of the project on the Jackson Electric open line on news talk 9-30 KROE.

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