Sheridan County

Leadership Sheridan County Focus of This Week’s Chamber Lunch

This month’s Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce lunch program will focus on the Leadership Sheridan County program.

UW and Community Colleges Strengthen Transfer Process

The University of Wyoming and the state’s seven community colleges are entering transfer agreements, assuring that students are taking courses that will meet the requirements for bachelor’s degrees.

Sentencing Pending for Convicted Arsonist

Sentencing has been set for Dec. 18 for the man convicted of setting a fire that damaged the Sheridan County Attorney's office more than a year ago.

Legalities of Water Transfer Not Yet Clear

As reported earlier, the attorney for the county rural water system board has raised questions regarding a proposal that the city of Sheridan assume ownership of the system. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair has more details.

Deadline Near for Decision on SEEDA Offer

A Sheridan business has until Thursday to decide whether to accept restrictions on a piece of property that the business wants to buy from the Sheridan Economic and Education Development Authority.

State Vet: Brucellosis Risk is Real

The brucellosis risk in Wyoming's Big Horn and Sheridan counties is real, and both counties are “areas of concern,” according to Dr. Jim Logan, who's the state veterinarian with the Wyoming Livestock Board.

A Look Back in Time: Oct. 13, 1915

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. 13, 1915.

Representative Berger Says War on Coal Affecting Budget

With the state of Wyoming under a budget crunch and the governor putting a freeze on any new hires, it was no surprise that one of the topics presented by State Representative Rosie Berger of Big Horn to the Republican women’s caucus gathered recently in Sheridan was the war on coal and how it’s aff

First Phase of Trails System Opens

The first two miles of the proposed Red Grade Trails System is open to the public.

State May Become Involved in System Transfer

As reported earlier, the attorney for the county rural water system board has raised questions regarding a proposal that the city of Sheridan assume ownership of the system. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair provides more information.

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