Sheridan County

Legislator Says Renovations Necessary to Herschler Building

A Sheridan County legislator says initial plans to renovate and repair Wyoming's aging Capitol Building in Cheyenne have grown to include renovations and repairs to the Herschler Building because the work is necessary.

A Look Back in Time: May 12, 1915

Several horse-buyers for the French government have arrived in Sheridan. They will spend several days here.

Surface Access Delays Sheridan County Coal Mine Opening

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As we reported in March, a legal dispute over surface access is threatening to derail or at least delay Ramaco Wyoming Coal’s plans to open a new coal mine in Sheridan County.

Deadline Approaching for Senior Center Photo Contest

Friday is the deadline to submit photos for this year's Senior Center Annual Photo contest.

Sheridan Among Best Counties in Nation for Boosting Income

Sheridan County is among the best counties in the United States in helping poor children rise on the income ladder.

Budget Scheduled on School District 1 Meeting

Sheridan County School District 1 trustees will consider the preliminary budget for the upcoming fiscal year at their meeting Tuesday night.

Berger Talks About Role of PR Firm in Capitol Project

Sheridan County's State Rep. Rosie Berger said she's been “totally involved” in the state's decision to pay up to nearly $200,000 for a public relations firm to keep the public informed about the renovation of Wyoming's State Capitol and Herschler Building.

A Look Back in Time: May 11, 1915

Miss Grace Kennedy returned to her home in Clearmont this afternoon after spending the day shopping here in Sheridan.

A Look Back in Time: May 10, 1915

H.K. Raney of Seattle and B.S. McCrary of Minneapolis are among the guests staying at the Western Hotel in downtown Sheridan.

NOAA Officials Say April Precipitation 100 Percent of Average

The National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration or the NOAA recently released the Wyoming Water Supply Synopsis for April.

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