Burglar Sentenced in District Court

A 35-year-old Sheridan man who was arrested earlier this year for burglarizing two different businesses in Sheridan, was sentenced Tuesday in Fourth Judicial District Court in Sheridan.

Vacutech Expansion Update

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City of Sheridan Interim Public Works Director Lane Thompson provided an update at Tuesday’s SEEDA Board meeting on the Vacutech Expansion Project.

New VA Director to be Speaker on Veterans Day

Pam Crowell, who's the new director of the Sheridan VA Medical Center, will be featured speaker at Veterans Day ceremonies at the VA later this month.

Sheridan College to Honor Veterans a Day Early

Because Veterans Day falls on Saturday this year, Sheridan College will hold a Veterans' Day observance a day early, on Friday, Nov. 10.

Lake DeSmet Topic of Big Horn Meeting

The history of Lake DeSmet and the Dancing on Waters showboat will be the topic of this month's program of the Big Horn Historical Society.

Lecturer Looks at Wyoming's Economy

How resource abundance has affected Wyoming, and why resource wealth doesn't contribute to economic diversification will be the focus of a talk at Sheridan College on Nov. 16.

A Look Back in Time: Nov. 1, 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 Nov. 1, 1917.

Sheridan Kidslife Capital Campaign

Kidslife is a local christian youth organization that serves Sheridan County. It was originally a part of the national organization KLIFE but was recently rebranded and made into a local non-profit.

Snow Removal Ordinance Reminder

We are getting closer and closer to the first big snowstorm of this winter and with that comes a reminder that the City of Sheridan has an ordinance for snow removal. Sheridan Police Department’s Lt.

City Remains Optimistic About Sale and Use Tax Numbers

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The sales and use tax numbers continue to look good over a quarter way through the fiscal year for the City of Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

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