Sheridan County

Area Resident Joins Nonprofit Serving Older Workers

Experience Works, the nation’s largest nonprofit organization serving older workers through the Senior Community Service Employment Program has announced that Scott Ragsdale has joined the Wyoming staff as an Employment and Training Coordinator.

Recreation District Will Seek More Information on Park

The Sheridan Recreation District board will seek more information before responding to a request for a permit to reserve Story Park for, quote, “community and public use” on Saturdays from June 4 through July 27 next year.

Man Sentenced on Delivery Charge

A Sheridan man has been sentenced to one year on probation in lieu of jail time on a charge of felony manufacture or delivery of a controlled substance.

Recreational Use of School Facilities Growing

Schools in the city of Sheridan provide more than just space for public education. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair has the details.

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A Look Back in Time: Dec. 17, 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 Dec. 17, 1915.

Power Outage at High School to Replace Equipment

A power outage at Sheridan High School in Sheridan Wednesday afternoon was to allow Montana-Dakota Utilities to replace a burned out meter.

Sheridan Man Found Guilty of Aggravated Robbery

A Sheridan man accused of robbing a woman at gunpoint has been found guilty of aggravated robbery.

Sheridan County’s Southeast Water District Could be Dissolved

A water and sewer district that serves the southeast side of Sheridan could be dissolved if state reporting requirements are not met.

Game Official Says Lakes Aren’t Yet Frozen for Ice Fishing

Yes, the colder weather is blowing in, but the waters on most of Wyoming’s lower lakes in the region are not yet frozen for ice fishing.

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