Sheridan County

Tickets Still Available for ‘Standing By’

The play about strangers on a plane falling in love called “Standing By” continues it’s run this weekend.

Organizers Hope People Turnout for Library Fundraiser

The local library’s gala fundraiser of the year is Saturday night, and will include a band, live auction and food, catered by Killy’s and the culinary institute.

Wildlife Specialist Clarifies How Hunting Fees Are Set

This week’s poll question to be discussed today on the Public Pulse show is: Should the Game and Fish have the authority to establish hunting and fishing fees?

Meeting Set for People Raising Grandchidren

Sheridan's Senior Center will host a meeting next week for people who are raising their grandchildren or great-grandchildren.

Local Residents Named Habitat Heroes

Three Sheridan County residents have been named Habitat Heroes by Audubon Rockies.

A Look Back in Time: Nov. 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 Nov. 13, 1915.

Woman Sentenced to 10 Years' Probation

A Sheridan woman has been sentenced to 10 years on supervised probation for possession with intent to deliver methamphetamines.

Burgess Paints POW Picture with Words

A local historian talked about the hardships endured by the men who were prisoners of war during a program presented this week in Sheridan. Leslie Stratmoen was there to bring us the report.

Nearly 90 Veteran Schultz Still Counts Blessings

The images of war are fading now, yet a local World War II veteran continues to thank his lucky stars. Sheridan Media’s Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

Flights Won’t Be Cancelled Because of Passenger Count

We’re just a week out from having commercial air service restored in Sheridan.

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