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Wyoming State Canvassing Board Certifies General Election Results

CHEYENNE, WY –The Wyoming State Canvassing Board certified and made official the results of the 2018 General Election on Wednesday, November 14th.

Community Holiday Dinner to be Dec. 2

The 28th annual Community Holiday Dinner will be held Dec. 2 – a Sunday – from 4 to 7 p.m. at Sheridan's Holiday Inn.

Sheriff’s Office Issues Scam Alert

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A phone scam is making the rounds in Sheridan County. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Ribbon-Cutting, Reception to Celebrate Tech Center

Sheridan College will host a ribbon-cutting and reception next week to celebrate the recently completed renovation and expansion of the Technical Center.

Brinton 101 Show Opens This Month

The Brinton 101, an exhibit of nearly 300 works of art by 101 artists from throughout the United States, will open on Nov. 18 – a Sunday – at the Brinton Museum just outside Big Horn.

Sheridan College Presents Evening of Jazz

A night of jazz music, featuring the Sheridan College Jazztet and Jazz Ensemble, will kick off at 7 p.m. next Thursday in Kinnison Hall in Sheridan College's Whitney Center for the Arts.

Library Hosts Coffee Tasting

People can expect to get caffeinated at Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library on Nov. 10 – a Saturday – during a coffee tasting that will start at 10 a.m.

Lawson Presents 'Hometown' at SAGE Gallery

An exhibition of 35 small-scale paintings depicting Sheridan as viewed by acclaimed artist T. Allen Lawson will go on display next month at the SAGE Community Art Gallery.

Gordon, Racines Announce Financial Transparency Working Group Members

Cheyenne, Wyoming – State Treasurer Mark Gordon, the Republican nominee for Governor of Wyoming, and Kristi Racines, the Republican nominee for State Auditor announced they have enlisted four longtime residents and local leaders to serve on a financial transparency working group.

Inmate Dies at Wyoming Honor Farm

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Charles Miller Shaw, an inmate at the Wyoming Honor Farm in Riverton, died unexpectedly on Oct. 21.

Pumpkin Painting to be at College Saturday

The Sheridan College Art Club will host a Pumpkin Painting Saturday at Whitney Center for the Arts, Room 227.

Young Announces Retirement as College District President

Dr. Paul Young, president of the Northern Wyoming Community College district, has announced he will retire in mid-July 2019.

Forsberg Photography to be on Display

Sheridan Fulmer Library will display artwork from photographer and conservationist Michael Forsberg in November.

Sheridan County Museum to Host Halloween Event

Anyone wearing a Halloween costume will receive free admission to the Sheridan County Museum during the museum's second annual Halloween at the Museum.

Wyoming Mammalian Fauna Focus of Lecture

Wyoming's mammalian fauna and changes over the last 150 years or so will be the focus of a lecture next week in the Mars Agricultural Center at Sheridan College.

Friday Declared 'WEAR PINK' Day by Hospital

Sheridan Memorial Hospital has declared Friday WEAR PINK Day in support of breast cancer awareness.

Carbon Advanced Materials Research Center Approved for Construction Near Sheridan

Wyoming carbon tech company Ramaco Carbon announced Friday that construction of the first phase of its innovation campus, named the iCAM (Carbon Advanced Materials), has been green-lighted by county officials. Site work is scheduled to begin immediately.

Keystone Awards Recipients Named

Honorees have been named for the 2019 Keystone Awards to be presented in April.

Fire Ban Lifted

Sheridan County commissioners will lift the fire ban at midnight Monday, upon the recommendation of the Sheridan County fire warden and the chiefs of the Rural Fire Protection Districts.

Finalists for WTBC Sheridan’s 2018 Start-Up Challenge Announced

Sheridan’s Wyoming Technology Business Center business incubator is excited to announce the five finalists for this year’s Sheridan Start-Up Challenge entrepreneur competition.