Sheridan

Updating the Master Plan

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The City of Sheridan now has an updated Parks and Recreation Master Plan, this after the City Council unanimously voted in favor of adopting the updated plan at their meeting earlier this week.

Gollings Sale Called 'Historic Event'

The man who appraised 10 paintings by western artist Bill Gollings said the proposed sale of the works is an historic event.

The Long Road to Independence

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It doesn’t happen very often, but for Mark Morel, Tuesday afternoon was a long-awaited step towards independence. Morel was severely injured in a car crash in 2008 and since, has been a client of RENEW in the Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) unit.

Jentel Presents Their Artists in Residency

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The current artists in residency at Jentel, four visual and two writers, talked about their work and their process Tuesday evening in the Sagebrush Community Art Center on Fifth Street in Sheridan.

Anti-discrimination Bill Advances

The state Senate Judiciary Committee has approved a bill that would extend Wyoming's anti-discrimination protections to cover sexual orientation and gender identity.

Tuesday's 4-1 vote was preceded by debate over expanding the bill's exemptions beyond churches and ministerial organizations.

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 4, 1915

W.A. Doods went to Gillette today on business. He expects to remain there for several days.

‘Top Celebrated Market in the State’

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The Sheridan Farmers Market continues to grow each year, and receive recognition for that growth. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

Dayton Council Close to Filling Vacancy

Dayton town council members are within a month of filling a vacancy on the town's administrative board.

Architect Renderings and Name of Indoor Arena Unveiled

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Sheridan on Skates, the organization that has assumed ownership and management of the Sheridan Community Ice Rink, has announced the name of the soon to be covered indoor ice arena at the corner of Brundage Street and Coffeen Avenue.

Lummis Says President Out of Keystone Pipeline Excuses

Congresswoman Cynthia Lummis of Wyoming supports construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline, which is a bill that is now waiting for the president's signature after passing both the House and Senate.

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