Chamber Expects Record Crowds for Weekend Events

This weekend is expected to be one of the biggest visitor weekends of the year, according to the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce.

Sheridan Police Force Offers Concert Goers Bus Service, Free Rides Home

The Sheridan police force is gearing up for the busy weekend, which includes the Big Horn Country USA music festival that could draw up to 10,000 people into the area. Lt.

Water Treatment Plant Busy With Recent Storms

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The recent storms and heavy rainfall have affected many throughout the City of Sheridan. But what kind of impact have the storms had on the Sheridan Waste Water Treatment Plant on Fort Road. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

Senator Enzi: ‘Growing Debt Threatens America’s Economic Future’

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During a hearing Wednesday on a report by the Congressional Budget Office focused on the fiscal challenges facing the country, U.S. Senator Mike Enzi of Wyoming, said the nation’s long-term fiscal outlook was threatened by the country’s growing debt.

UW Professor Helps Prevent Hearing Loss in Spanish-Speaking Ag Workers

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A professor with the University of Wyoming is working with industry professionals to reduce hearing loss among the region’s Spanish-speaking agricultural workers.

Bank Breaks Ground for New Facility

Construction of the new Cowboy State Bank building should start in a few days following an official groundbreaking Wednesday morning at the site in Whitney Plaza in Sheridan.

Budweiser Clydesdales Draw Crowds

Some famous equines are in Sheridan this week. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair has the story.

School Facilities Use Up in Recreation District

After-hours recreational use of Sheridan County School District 2 facilities hit a record high this year, according to Recreation District Director Richard Wright.

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A Closer Look At Johnson County's One-Percent Allocations

Johnson County's Commissioners, at their Tuesday meeting, allocated most of their one-percent funds, but chose to hold the amount for the Boys and Girls Club to review their budget more closely.

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