Sheridan

Speaker Says Alcohol is 'the Problem'

The president and CEO of JMJ Technologies, a medical research and development company said drugs aren't the problem, the problem is alcohol.

Sheridan County Athletes to Compete in Special Olympics

Seventeen athletes from RENEW are among those heading for Casper this week to compete in the 2017 Special Olympics Wyoming Fall Tournament.

Chamber Coffee Focuses on Dayton Community Hall

Members of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce learned a little of the history of the Dayton Community Hall Tuesday, as that was the site of this month's Chamber Coffee.

Motorized Access Extended on Two Forest Service Roads

The Forest Service, working with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, has temporarily extended motorized access on Forest Service Roads 203 and 213 and Forest Service Trail 800.

Fulmer Library Celebrates Charlotte’s Web Turning 65

This year marks the 65 Anniversary of E.B. White’s beloved children's book Charlotte’s Web.

Grand Home Tour Scheduled This Month

Three Sheridan homes designed by architect Glenn Charles McAlister, who also designed the Sheridan County Courthouse, will be featured in a Grand Home Tour set for Oct. 21.

Dougherty Expresses Needs for Urgency

Craig Dougherty has a sense of urgency about improving education in Wyoming.

A Look Back in Time: Oct. 3, 1917

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Oct. 3, 1917.

Council Awards Concrete Replacement Bid

Sheridan's city council awarded a bid for concrete replacement work to S & S Builders LLC for just under $102,400 at their meeting Monday night.

This Week's Poll Question

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With economic downturns in the energy industry, Wyoming’s revenue has plummeted causing financial headaches for those in charge of the state coffers.

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