Sheridan

Investing in the Community

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Wyoming Governor Matt Mead’s proposed budget that he unveiled to the Legislature earlier this month calls for $105 million in funding for local governments throughout the State.

Airport Lighting System Needs Rehab

As Sheridan County approaches a new calendar year, Sheridan County Airport Manager John Stopka said he's already got a project lined up next year that will take some of the federal funds that the county's due.

Year in Review: September-December

Sheridan Media's look at the year in review concludes today with this look at some of the top stories for the final quarter of the year by reporter Pat Blair.

A Look Back in Time: Dec. 29, 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 Dec. 29, 1917.

Gillette Driver's License Office Closed

The Gillette driver's license office will be closed Jan. 8-15 for renovation and the holiday.

3rd Annual First Day Hike on Monday

For the third consecutive year, the Trail End State Historic Site will host their First Day Hike on Monday. According to a release, the event gives participants a chance to make new friends and discover history on a 2.5 mile hike through Sheridan’s historic Nielsen Heights neighborhood.

Christmas Lessons and Carols Back for Another Year

Although Christmas Day has come and gone, the 12 Days of Christmas have only just begun. In celebration, 12 local churches have collaborated to create an ecumenical event for the community for a second year. Pastor at Sheridan’s St.

Sheridan County High Schoolers Awarded UW’s Top Scholarship

Each year, outstanding high school seniors from across the state are selected to receive the University of Wyoming’s Top Scholarship.

Year in Review: May-August

We continue our Year in Review series today with a look back at some of the top stories for 2017. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter recaps May through August.

Christmas Tree Disposal

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Residents in Sheridan who went the route of having a live Christmas tree this year, can dispose of their tree at any of the City’s green waste drop off sites around town.

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