Assistant U.S. Attorney Says Bronson Trial Should Be Set Within 30 Days

Scott Bronson’s case, the suspect of last year’s Broadway Street standoff in Sheridan, has been bound over to Federal Court. According to former Sheridan resident Assistant U.S.

Zika Case No Threat to Others

The good news, according to Sheridan's Dr. John Finley, is that a Sheridan man who tested positive for the zika virus earlier this month isn't contagious.

Food Drive Starts Next Week

Sheridan's AARP Chapter 676 and community partners announce the 2017 Soup-er food drive will start on Jan. 30.

Mayor Has Plenty of Meetings

Sheridan Mayor Roger Miller has learned that one of his big duties as the head of Sheridan's city government is attending meetings.

A Look Back in Time: Jan. 25, 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 Jan. 25, 1917.

9-11 Memorial Statue

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It’s not the largest, but the heart and soul behind it, makes it one of the grandest statues in Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott brings us the story behind the 9-11 Memorial Statue.

Love in Stitches Donates Quilts to Hospital

Love in Stitches, a Sheridan non-profit organization, donated several handmade quilts to Sheridan Memorial Hospital Tuesday.

Chamber Hosts Ribbon-Cutting

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors welcomed Bethesda Worship Center as a new member of the chamber with a ribbon cutting.

“Mike Forbes: Brass Music” Set for Friday at Whitney Center

Mike Forbes, world renowned composer, musician, and teacher, will be at the Whitney Center for the Arts Concert Hall on Friday. According to Erin Hanke, Director of the Center, the presentation is titled Mike Forbes: Brass Music.

Sheridan PD on Body Camera Legislation

Last week, a bill providing parameters and guidance on the handling of police body camera footage passed the Wyoming Senate. Sheridan Police Department Lt. Tom Ringley, comments on Senate File 32.

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