Sheridan County

District 2 Teachers Receive National Certification

Twelve teachers with Sheridan County School District 2 will receive an extra $4,000 a year from the state of Wyoming through an incentive program adopted by the Legislature about eight years ago.

County Rolls Out New Website

A new and improved website created to track Sheridan County business is expected to roll out this week, after six months of preparation.

Republican Women Offer College Scholarship

The Republican Women of Sheridan County are now seeking applicants for their college scholarship program.

Local Theater Group Holds '9 to 5' Auditions

Auditions for the local theater production of the musical “9 to 5,” with music and lyrics by the legendary Dolly Parton, will be held tonight and tomorrow night at the Mars Theater inside the WYO Theater on Main Street in Sheridan. The start time is 6.

Congressional Delegation Supports Export Project

U.S. Senator John Barrasso has joined 13 other lawmakers from the western states to call on the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission urging support of the Jordan Cove liquified natural gas export project.

Trial Date Set for Simmons, Cooper Drug Case

UPDATE: A trial date was set today for June 10 in district court in Sheridan for two men arraigned for felony drug charges in two separate cases.

A Look Back in Time: Jan. 13, 1915

County Commission Chairman T.B. Brundage went to Arvada yesterday to inspect the work being done on abutments and pier for a bridge across the Powder River.

State Senator Faces Learning Curve

A Sheridan man who's facing his first year as a Republican state senator said preparing for his first legislative session has taken some adjustment. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Chamber CEO Discusses 'The Institute'

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Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce CEO Dixie Johnson spent last week in Tuscon, Arizona, where she attended the Institute for Organization Management annual winter conference. The “Institute” is a professional development program of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation.

Barnes Faces Possible 70 Years Prison

A Sheridan man who's pleaded guilty to stealing $1 million from a local company could face 70 years in prison if given the maximum sentence on all counts.

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