Sheridan County

Signs, Vehicle, Merchandise Stolen

Three thefts showed up on the Sheridan Police Department's weekend logs, one which targeted the Lewis Street Bridge project being done in partnership by the city and state. Sgt. Travis Koltiska provided the details from the officer's report.

Chamber Offices Move Next Month

Come next month, the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce office will be relocating to 171 North Main Street, which is a space soon to be vacated by Sheridan College.

Registration Open for Wyo Writers Conference

Writers and people who want to write can mingle with editors and authors, pitch their books, and learn more about the craft at the Wyoming Writers Conference at the Holiday Inn, June 6, 7 and 8.

Keystone Awards Presented This Week

Four people from Sheridan will be honored for their service to the community at the WYO Theater on Thursday night.

A Look Back in Time: April 23, 1914

The Shriners gave a delightful dance last evening at the Odd Fellows Lodge.

Phillips Wins State History Day Honors

Judges have selected winners in the recent Wyoming History Day competition held at the University of Wyoming.

Dayton Council Starts Budget Work

There's good news for Dayton if Wyoming Association of Municipalities projection are right.

College Construction Continues

Renovation continues on Sheridan College’s Thorne-Rider Campus Center, with construction crews working on the campus’ new outdoor mall that includes a plaza and amphitheater, and changes to the façade of the Griffith Memorial Building.

Seminar Topic: 'Your Future'

The Wednesday lunch series focusing on personal growth continues this week, with the topic – “Your Future: The Only Way is Towards.”

County Helps Fund Pipeline Project

While the members of the Tongue River Valley Joint Powers Board wait for money from the state to help build a natural gas pipeline to the towns of Ranchester and Dayton, the Sheridan County Commission is lending support to move the plan forward.

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