Sheridan

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.

Business Center Director Talks Economic Development

Last November, the University of Wyoming inked an agreement with Sheridan County to have the Wyoming Technology Business Center take over management of the business incubator facility in Sheridan located on Double Eagle Drive.

Hibbard Continues Livestock-Handling Session

Whit Hibbard showed videos demonstrating how two people could move 1,300 head of cattle Tuesday as he continued the second day of his “Low-Stress Livestock-Handling” presentation at Sheridan College in Sheridan.

Speaker: Make Fat Part of Healthy Lifestyle

A journalist and author of a book that makes the case for butter, meat and cheese in a healthy diet says United States dietary guidelines are based on flimsy evidence and a lack of science.

District 2 Announces Last Day of School

Friday, May 29, will be the last day of classes for this year in Sheridan County School District 2.

Visits with Our Vets

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In advance of Memorial Day, which comes up Monday, Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott visited with several veterans including Fred Fichtner and brings us this report.

Fauth Has Long History With Inn

Linda and Willis Fauth wanted to spend the night of their 50th wedding anniversary at the Historic Sheridan Inn.

Museum to Host Community Appreciation Week

The Sheridan County Museum will host Community Appreciation Weekend on May 30 and 31 at the museum just off East Fifth Street in Sheridan.

Library Board Seeking Two New Members

Two seats on the Sheridan County Library Board of Trustees will be vacant at the end of this June, and Library Director Cameron Duff said that they are seeking applicants right now.

A Look Back in Time: May 20, 1915

John Gwinn is very ill at his home at 310 Sherman Avenue.

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