Sheridan

The Future of Kendrick Pool

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The outdoor swimming pool has been a mainstay in Kendrick Park for over 75 years. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter takes a look at what is in the immediate future for the pool.

Local Foods Expo is This Weekend

The University of Wyoming Extension Office, Sheridan Farmers Market, Sheridan College, Center for a Vital Community and local producers and volunteers will be hosting the 4th annual Sheridan Local Foods Expo this weekend.

Local Residents Get to Be Judges for a Night

Wyoming's five state supreme court justices talked about the state's court structure, what judges do, and how they make decisions on Tuesday night.

Life Flight Is Up in Sheridan County

As we reported earlier, Wyoming Life Flight is now serving Sheridan County.

A Steady Sale of Tickets

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There was a steady stream of traffic in and out of the WYO Theater in downtown Sheridan Monday as moviegoers bought their tickets to this year’s 6th annual Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour.

A Look Back in Time: April 22, 1915

A carload of equipment has arrived for construction of the new sugar factory here in Sheridan, and work is to start immediately.

County Approves Fairgrounds Upgrades, Other Projects

The Sheridan County Commission continues to make improvements to the county fairgrounds facility in Sheridan.

Game Official Says Wolf Hybrids Not Allowed as Pets

An unfortunate situation set up recently for a pet owner in Gillette.

Ranch Sustainability Forum Set for Next Month

Topics from low-stress handling of livestock to why butter, meat and cheese belong in a healthy diet will be covered next month in the second annual Ranch Sustainability Forum in Sheridan.

A Look Back in Time: April 21, 1915

Judge W.S. Metz has the distinction of planting the first sugar beets in the Sheridan district.

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