Sheridan

Chandler Says Goodbye To Police Department

Capt. Scott Chandler of the Sheridan Police Department is turning in his badge today.

New UW Plan Helps Students Graduate in Four Years

Administrators at the University of Wyoming in Laramie are working hard to ensure their transfer students earn a college degree in four years.

Recreation District 1 to Meet

The recreation district for Sheridan County School District 1 will meet on Wednesday, Jan. 7.

Art Program Deadline Near

Works are being accepted now for Sheridan's 2015 Public Arts Program.

A Look Back in Time: Jan. 2, 1915

Burlington railroad officials report 30 fewer fatal accidents and 476 fewer injuries last year than in 1911.

New Business Promises Fun and Recreation

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Sheridan Media's Hannah Stepenoff has been checking in with new businesses in the Sheridan area. She recently spoke with the owner of Tie Flume Adventures, located on Coffeen Avenue.

A Look Back in Time: Jan. 1, 1915

The Sheridan County clerk reported 217 births, 160 marriages and 92 deaths in 1914.

Sheridan Inn Holds New Year's Soft Opening

More than 400 people rang in the New Year at the Sheridan Inn's soft-opening of its new restaurant, Open Range.

Three Officers Promoted at City Hall

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A ceremony was held Wednesday at Sheridan City Hall to promote three Sheridan Police Officers. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

2014 a Hard Year on Public Arts

This past year hasn't gone well for Sheridan's public arts program.

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