Sheridan County

Fire Ban Lifted in Sheridan County

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Sheridan County Commissioners held a brief special meeting Thursday, where upon the recommendation of the Sheridan County Fire Warden and the fire chiefs of the Rural Fire Protection Districts, the commission voted to lift the fire ban that was imposed in late July.

Sentencing Pending in Stolen Car Case

Sentencing is pending in district court in Sheridan for a man charged with being in possession of a stolen car.

Big Horn Shooter Has Initial Appearance

Todd Faass, the man charged with the attempted murder of a Sheridan man near the community of Big Horn over the weekend, made initial appearance in circuit court Thursday afternoon via video from the Law Enforcement Center.

Faculty Lecturer Discusses Evolution of the Big Horns

Sheridan College hosted another in its faculty lecture series this week, and Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair attended. She provides us with details.

A Look Back in Time: Nov. 6, 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 Nov. 6, 1915.

‘Standing By’ Play Opens Tonight in Sheridan

A local theater troupe opens its season tonight with a two-person love story. Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

Deadline’s Near for Pet Calendar Pics

Cute kittens, pretty puppies and even shimmering salamanders are welcomed models for the Sheridan Dog and Cat Shelter’s calendar.

Simpson Returns to Sheridan College to Teach Class

Retired historian and former Wyoming politician, Dr. Pete Simpson, will return to Sheridan College during the upcoming spring semester to teach a two-credit political science course called, “Wyoming’s Political Identity.”

Sheridan Police Officer Helps Identify Highway Shooter

Several law enforcement agencies came together for the investigation into the weekend's shooting incident that occurred on a highway near the town of Big Horn, which is southwest of Sheridan.

Sheridan’s Downtown Association Hires Events Coordinator

The Downtown Sheridan Association has announced that Zoila Perry is their new Events Coordinator.

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