Sheridan

Trail End Needs Tour Volunteers

Tour guides are needed at the Trail End State Historic Site in Sheridan where the Kendrick Mansion sits at the top of the hill on Clarendon Avenue.

Bowhunters of Wyoming Annual Conference

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The annual winter conference of the Bowhunters of Wyoming was held at the Sheridan Holiday Inn this past weekend. The organization was established in 1974 “with the purpose of elevating the standards of bowhunting.

This Week’s Poll Question

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Nuclear power in the hands of Iran? Negotiations are taking place between Iran and other international powers concerning Iran’s nuclear program.

Another Behind the Scenes Saturday

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The second is a three-part series of “Behind the Scenes Saturdays” was held at the Sheridan County Museum this weekend.

Patton Still in Cheyenne

Sheridan County legislator John Patton remains hospitalized in Cheyenne, battling the lung inflammation that has kept him there for more than a month.

Sentence Reimposed for Sheridan Man

A district judge in Sheridan reimposed the sentence for a Sheridan man on one count of fraud and suspended a prison sentence in favor of probation for a second count in court in Sheridan last week.

A Look Back in Time: March 23, 1915

The Sheridan donation to the relief of the starving people in Belgium has reached its destination.

A Look Back in Time: March 22, 1915

Ed N. Fields has been appointed manager of the Beet Growers' association here.

Sheridan Library's "Food For Fines" Begins Sunday

If you currently have an overdue fine at any branch of the the Sheridan County Public Library system, there is a chance for reprieve for those who wish to donate canned goods to the local Salvation Army as part of the “Food For Fines” Amnesty Week.

Dining For Cause Benefits Sheridan Health Center

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The Sheridan Health Center will be the beneficiary of the next Dining for a Cause fundraiser held at Frackelton’s, located on Main Street in Sheridan.

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