Sheridan

County Renews WIC Contract, Declares May National Museum Month

The Sheridan County Commission renewed its contract with the state health department's WIC program during Tuesday's meeting and declared May as National Museum Month.

Ranch Sustainability Forum Draws Praise

Keith Klement was pleased with this year's Ranch Sustainability Forum.

Search is on for Habitat Director

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Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns, Matt Davis will soon be headed to Boise, Idaho, and new opportunities.

Visits with Our Vets

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In advance of Memorial Day, Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott is visiting with several veterans including Margie Sheridan. Here’s the story.

Library Trustees Hold Monthly Meeting

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The Sheridan County Public Library Board of Trustees held their monthly meeting Wednesday. Director Cameron Duff reports the library is staying within its budget.

Change Proposed in Mosquito Control Program

Sheridan Recreation District board members have been asked whether they want to continue operating the city's weed and mosquito control program.

A Look Back in Time: May 21, 1915

A Sheridan blacksmith who recently forged a check for $14 pleaded guilty to the charge in district court yesterday.

Public Hearing Set for BOCHES Mill Levy

Trustees of the Northern Wyoming Community College District will convene a public hearing Thursday on the one-half mill levy that generates revenues for the Board of Cooperative Higher Educational Services.

Beware of Online Ticket Scammers

Every year, more than 5 million people unknowingly purchase bogus tickets to concerts, shows and games, according to AARP.

Governor Says Coal Exports Critical to State's Industry

Gaining access to deep-water ports for exports to Asian markets is crucial to the future of Wyoming’s coal industry.

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