Sheridan

Ulvestad Proposes Combining Parks, Rec District

Seth Ulvestad, who's executive director of the Sheridan Recreation District, has proposed that the Recreation District and the city's parks department be combined.

Consultant Recommends Increasing Rates and Recycling Charges

A consultant has recommended that the city consider increasing trash pickup rates annually for the next five years, and let commercial recycling rates reflect the actual cost of service.

Sheridan College Volleyball Coach Joins Chadron State

Sheridan College volleyball coach Jennifer Stadler has accepted a position as head coach for the NCAA Division II Chadron State College in Chadron, Neb.

Leather Trade Show Starts Friday

The 26th annual Rocky Mountain Leather Trade Show opens to the public Friday at the Holiday Inn in Sheridan.

“The Color Code” Dinner and Program at The Hub on Smith, Friday

On Friday, The Hub on Smith in Sheridan will be hosting the Wyoming Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics for their annual gathering.

Goose Valley Fire 2nd Annual Fun Run Set for Saturday

Goose Valley Volunteer Fire Department will be hosting their 2nd Annual Fun Run and Open House event on Saturday.

Army Corps, City, Sign Joint Project Agreement

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Restoration work on areas of Little Goose and Big Goose Creeks in Sheridan will begin soon, thanks in part to a project partnership agreement between the Army Corps of Engineers and the City of Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

‘More Than Just a Building’

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Joey’s Fly Fishing Foundation is proposing to build an approximate 4,000 square foot educational science center on a little over 2 acres of property that is owned by SEEDA and the City of Sheridan located on Decker Road in north Sheridan.

Park to Park

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The City of Sheridan is hosting a free, family, and pet friendly event Saturday as the annual Park to Park will take place beginning at 9 am at South Park in Sheridan.

A Look Back in Time: May 15, 1919

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 May 15, 1919.

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