Deer Survey Determines Kill Number for Sheridan

In talking about deer management for the city of Sheridan over the past few weeks, the question came up as to who sets the quota for the animals to be killed within city limits.

Extension Office Offers Food Preservation Publications

Educators with the University of Wyoming Extension office say they’ve put the “can-do” in high-altitude home canning via food preservation publications and in-person expertise.

Holy Name Holds 80th Annual Carnival

Sheridan's Holy Name School will have its 80th annual Carnival and Chili Supper starting at 3 on Saturday at Whitney Commons.

Senior Center Hosts Golden Years Dinner

The Sheridan Senior Center will host the 39th annual Golden Years Dinner on Oct. 4 at the facility on Smith Street in Sheridan.

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 23, 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 Sept. 23, 1915.

Hicks' Soulful Sounds Fill WYO Concert Hall

American Idol 2006 winner Taylor Hicks drew a crowd for his concert over the weekend at the WYO Theater in Sheridan, of both his Soul Patrol and new fans. More photos are posted below.

Thrift Shop Manager Has Ties to New Building

The manager of the local senior center thrift shop has ties to the historic building purchased recently as the shop’s storefront. Sheridan Media’s Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

Local Police Participate in National Drug Take Back Day

The local police department will be taking part in the national Drug Take Back Day program by offering a collection point on Saturday for outdated, unneeded or unused prescription drugs.

College Hosts Discussion Series on Dementia

The kickoff for a discussion series on dementia will be held tonight at the community college in Sheridan.

Aquatic Center Campaign Receives $2 Million Pledge

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The vision of an indoor aquatic center in Sheridan received a boost Monday as the Chandler H. and Mercedes K. Kibbee Foundation for Children pledged $2 million over the next five years for the aquatic center.

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