Sheridan County

Flights Won’t Be Cancelled Because of Passenger Count

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

College Theater Department Presents ‘Boeing Boeing’

The Sheridan College Theater Department will present “Boeing Boeing” inside the Mars Theater, located in downtown Sheridan at the historic WYO Theater, November 19 through the 21.

Assessor Prepares Letter to Residents Outside Fire Districts

Sheridan County Assessor Paul Fall says a fire could cost you as much as $50,000 if you're a county resident and don't live in a fire district.

Veterans Day Speaker Sums Up Service in Three Words

Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair attended one of Wednesday's special events for area veterans. Here's her report.

Survivor Remembers Pearl Harbor

Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair met a Pearl Harbor survivor among the veterans at the Sheridan VA Medical Center this week. She interviewed him, and filed this story.

A Look Back in Time: Nov. 12, 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. 12, 1915.

Sheridan Man Arrested Following High-Speed Chase

A man from Sheridan who was in possession of a stolen pistol was arrested Wednesday afternoon following a high-speed chase on Interstate 25 south of Buffalo.

Young and Old Turned Out for Capitol Christmas Tree Pass Through

The people’s Christmas tree was passing through Sheridan Tuesday morning on its way from Alaska to Washington D.C. and I didn’t want to miss my chance to be a part of history.

Program Features Stories of Prisoners of War

Stories of the prisoners of war who served in either the European or Pacific theaters of World War II will be presented today at the senior center in Sheridan to commemorate Veterans Day.

Veterans Day Events Include Ceremonies, Program, Parade, Open House

Several events have been planned today throughout the local area to honor veterans. All are open to the public, free of charge. Two ceremonies will be held, at 11 this morning, one in Sheridan and the other in Buffalo.

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