Hospital's ICU Moves to New Site

Sheridan Memorial Hospital's intensive care unit will move to a new location in the hospital on Tuesday.

Sheridan Woman Faces Trial on Endangering Charge

Jury trial has been set for May 9 next year for Crystal Brown, who is charged with felony endangerment of a child.

A Look Back in Time: Dec. 10, 1915

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 Dec. 10, 1915.

Fair Board to Discuss Fairgrounds Visibility

Members of the Sheridan County Fair Association will discuss increasing the visibility of the county fairgrounds on West Fifth Street in Sheridan at their Thursday night.

Pistol League Starting in Sheridan

The Sheridan County Sportsmen’s Association is organizing a winter, indoor pistol league. We heard about the plan from Mike Kuzara during a recent open line Public Pulse show.

Art, Books on Sale at Library

Christmas gift ideas are available at a somewhat unexpected place this year – the local library.

Few Openings Left for Legislative Forum

Only a few spots are left for the legislative forum that’s coming up next month, sponsored by the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce.

Sheridan We the People Group Scores at State Qualifier

Sheridan High School has taken the top two spots at the district competition of the Wyoming We the People state qualifier.

State Budget and Its Impact on Sheridan

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Wyoming Governor Matt Mead released a statement Monday that despite the recent downturn in energy prices, he feels the state can fund government operations over the next two years without having to raise taxes.

Madden: State Has 'Real Issue' With Public Education

State Rep. Mike Madden says Wyoming has a 'real issue' regarding funding of K through 12 education.

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