Sheridan County

A Look Back in Time: March 18, 1914

The state veterinarian, Dr. B.F. Davis, says farm stock in Sheridan County is in very good condition.

Former City Councilman Announces Candidacy for House District 29

Former City of Sheridan City Councilman Ryan Mulholland has announced his candidacy for the House District 29 seat, currently held by Representative John Patton. Mulholland talked about what prompted him to run for the state legislature.

St. Patrick's Celebrations of Long Ago

A look back at early-day newspapers indicates that Ireland's patron saint wasn't ignored here in Sheridan.

Only in Big Horn

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Dubbed the shortest parade on St. Patrick's Day, the folks in Big Horn know how to do it up right.

A Look Back in Time: March 17, 1914

Sheridan's police officers received an increase in salary during this morning's city council meeting. Officers now receive $1,000 a year. Under the increase, they will now receive $1,100 after their first year of service.

Whitney Benefits, School District Dispute Causes Confusion

Since the public back and forth allegations between the Whitney Benefits foundation and Sheridan School District 2, regarding the possible funding for a multi-recreational center in Sheridan, have become confusing to some, Sheridan Media put together a time-line of the written correspondence between the two boards.

Week in Review

It's time once again to take a look back at some of the top stories from this past week with our Sheridan Media Week in Review.

Wyoming Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill attempted to return to the Department of Education last week, where she was met with some resistance.

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A Look Back in Time: March 15, 1914

The Sheridan Gun club will hold a match at the fair grounds this afternoon at 2 o'clock.

Birds Are Flocking Back

The birds are beginning to fly back to Wyoming, so local bird watchers are keeping their eyes on the skies. Here's Leslie Stratmoen with the story.

Dayton Not Yet Spending New Captax Funds

The town of Dayton will use the last of its current capital facilities tax funds this spring, and may begin planning projects for the new capital facilities tax around June.

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