Sheridan County

No One Injured in Fifth Street Fire

Sheridan police have confirmed there was a fire this morning at a residence on Fifth Street. Stay tuned to Sheridan Media for details.

Education Board Member Wants Science Standards Ban Removed from Bill

A bill that will be introduced in the upcoming session of the Wyoming Legislature that starts next week would eliminate a footnote to an existing bill approved last year that bans the state board of education from discussing science.

UPDATE: Roads Reopen After I90 Pileup

Three people were injured in an 18-vehicle pileup Thursday morning on Interstate 90 between Sheridan and Buffalo, near the Prairie Dog Interchange.

Fair Board Receives Project Updates

Progress is moving along well for two projects at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds. Despite the winter weather, upgrades to the Exhibit Hall and the Water Supply Improvement Project are both on schedule and within budget.

Witness Reports Multi-vehicle Crash on I90

BREAKING NEWS CONTINUES 3 p.m.: Three Injured in I90 Crash

Property Owners Must Remove Snow from Sidewalks

Property owners in Sheridan must remove snow from the sidewalks. Sheridan Media's Leslie Stratmoen talked with a local police officer about the city ordinance. Here's the report.

State Health Department Offers Radon Testing Kits

Because January has been designated as national radon action month, the radon program manager for the Wyoming Department of Health is seizing the moment to remind people of its dangers.

Senior Center Holds Pasta Bar Nights

The Senior Center in Sheridan is planning a Friday night pasta night for the upcoming third Friday of the month to start off the year, with a pasta bar scheduled for this month and the next two.

Second Vehicle Fire Reported in Sheridan

Local officials are investigating another vehicle fire reported this week in Sheridan.

A Look Back in Time: Jan. 8, 1915

Mrs. August Maier and daughters have left for San Diego, California, where they will spend several months.

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