Kinner Pleased With Bill Passage

Mark Kinner, who is Sheridan County's newest state representative, said the first bill that he sponsored in his first legislative term is now awaiting the signature of Gov. Matt Mead.

Museum, Historical Society Programs for March Announced

The biography of a grizzly bear is among programs this month presented by the Sheridan County Historical Society and county museum.

Three 'Leap Day' Babies Born in Sheridan

Three babies were born on “Leap Day” Monday at Sheridan Memorial Hospital in Sheridan, according to hospital staff.

Hospital Trustees Approve Purchase to Save Money

Sheridan Memorial Hospital trustees approved buying $24,000 worth of wire carts, shelving and bins for storage at their meeting Wednesday night.

“An Expedition into a Forbidden Land”

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Upwards of 200 people came out to hear Mark Jenkins, contributing author to the National Geographic Magazine, share his slide presentation, of traveling to one of the remotest places on earth, attempting to climb one of the highest peaks in Southeast Asia.

A Look Back in Time: March 3, 1916

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 March 3, 1916.

Video Surveillance and Its Benefits to Law Enforcement

Video surveillance played a role in the quick apprehension of a suspect this past weekend who’d broken into a couple of businesses in downtown Sheridan. Sheridan Police Chief Richard Adriaens says video continues to be a valuable tool for law enforcement.

Keep Non-Spayed Non-Neutered Animals Indoors

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The warm winter we’re experiencing has had a negative effect on the Sheridan Dog and Cat Shelter. During her monthly visit to our news talk show Public Pulse, Shelter Executive Director Debie Crawford talked about the issue they’re having at the shelter.

Ground to be Broken Thursday for Day Break

Ground will be broken at 3:30 Thursday afternoon for the Sheridan Senior Center's new Day Break adult day care facility on Smith Street.

Commissioners Approve Additions to Story Fire District

Sheridan County commissioners added nearly 12 acres of land to the Story Fire District in two parcels Tuesday.

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