Sheridan County

College Ready to Work on Bid Documents for Tech Center

Sheridan College is ready to start work on the bid documents for a $13 million project to expand and renovate the Technical Education Center of the college in Sheridan.

Speed Limit for Highway 14-16 Going up to 70mph

Speed limits on some state roads are going up to 70 miles per hour, from 65, as a result of recent legislation, including Highway 14-16 that runs through Sheridan and Johnson counties.

‘Producers’ Opens

Mel Brooks’ musical, “The Producers,” opens tonight at the WYO Theater in Sheridan.

Hospital Board Votes to Move Forward with Office Building

Sheridan Memorial Hospital trustees voted Wednesday to authorize Sheridan architects TSP to proceed with the design of a proposed $19 million Medical Office Building at the hospital in Sheridan.

Local Foods Expo to be in Fall

Sheridan's Local Foods Expo will be in the fall this year.

A Look Back in Time: March 24, 1916

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 March 24, 1916.

Work Starts Soon on West Fifth, North Interchange Projects

Spokeswoman Ronda Holwell from the Wyoming Department of Transportation regional office in Sheridan gave us a project update during a recent interview.

Brinton Museum Hosts Program for School Children

Artist/illustrator Victor Juhasz is talking about himself and how he got started as an artist, and drawing caricatures of himself, students and teachers during a series of presentations this week at the Brinton Museum in Big Horn.

Kinner Says He Feels 'Okay' With Legislative Session

Sheridan County's newest state representative, Mark Kinner, said he doesn't feel “good” about the legislative session recently ended, but he does feel “okay” with what happened.

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