Chamber Announcements Include Dueling Pianos Show, Rodeo Banquet, Film Festival

A favorite part of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce lunches is the 30-second spots, because business leaders have just that much time to make an announcement or a pitch for a fundraiser or event. The fun part is they get dinged, if they go over the limit.

Bird Watching Outing Planned for the Weekend

Bald eagles and rough-legged hawks have arrived to winter in the area, so the Birding at the Brinton program is back.

Blood Drives Set for Sheridan

A community blood drive in Sheridan will be held on Monday and Tuesday, Jan. 25 and 26, at the Best Western. Monday’s drive will be held from noon to 6:15 and Tuesday’s from 11:30 to 5:30.

Clearing Property for Senior Center Daybreak Facility Has Begun

Work has begun on clearing the land to make way for the Daybreak facility, for adult care, at the senior center in Sheridan.

Foster Parent, Children, Offer Testimony in Child Abuse Trial

The jury in the child abuse trial for Sheridan County residents Donna Gifford and Michael Tibbets continued Thursday in District Court in Sheridan. Shannon Tracy, who’s been the foster mom for two of the children for the past three years was the first witness to take the stand Thursday.

An Evening With the Simpson Brothers

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The Sheridan County Museum and Historical Society hosted a fundraiser to benefit the museum Thursday night at the Sheridan Holiday Inn. Dubbed as an evening of humor and historical recollections with the University of Wyoming Vice President Emeritus, Peter K. Simpson and his brother, retired U.S. Senator Alan K. Simpson, Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott stopped by and brings us this story.

Couple Dozen Pool Players Compete for Bragging Rights

The senior center in Sheridan was a busy place Wednesday.

Three Poaching Incidents Reported in Sheridan County

A local game official says an upsetting situation has developed in the Sheridan County area over the past couple of months, in regard to the illegal killing of animals.

Hospital Foundation Gives $1.5M to ICU Expansion Project

A significant financial donation was presented to the Sheridan Memorial Hospital board of trustees Wednesday afternoon. The hospital foundation presented a check of $1.5 million for the expansion of the intensive care unit, during a regular monthly meeting.

Director Says Chamber Records 'Fantastic' Year

Business promotion last year through the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce was, quote, “fantastic,” according to the Executive Director Dixie Johnson.

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