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27th Leadership Sheridan County Starts Jan. 31

The 27th class of Leadership Sheridan County, a program of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce, will start with orientation on Jan. 31.

Chamber Launches Conversations About Open Space

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Ag & Natural Resources Committee will host a new series, “Lunchtime Conversations About Open Space,” this month.

Chamber to Host Pre-Session Breakfast with Legislators

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce's Government Affairs Committee will host a breakfast with the county's legislative delegation on Jan. 29.

College District Launches Welding Certificate Aimed at Working Adults

Northern Wyoming Community College District, which operates Sheridan and Gillette colleges and the Johnson County Campus, is launching a new welding certificate designed to accommodate working adults.

Holy Name to Host Winter Concert

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Holy Name Catholic School bands in Sheridan will present a Winter Concert this evening at 6 pm in the Holy Name Catholic Parish Hall.

Arbor Day Poster Contest Open

The Wyoming State Arbor Day poster contest for 2020 is now open.

IRS Opens Tax Filing Season on Jan. 27

The nation's tax season will start for individual tax return filers on Jan. 27 – a Monday – when the Internal Revenue Service will begin accepting and processing 2019 tax year returns.

Police Impersonators Reported

Sheridan police have received two complaints of a person impersonating a police officer during traffic stops.

Library to Provide Tutorials for Gadgets

Sheridan Fulmer Library will host three separate tutorials this month to help patrons become better acquainted with a variety of devices that we use in our daily lives.

Hospital Welcomes New Year's Baby

The first baby of the new year arrived at Sheridan Memorial Hospital at 8:35 p.m. New Year's Day.

Grants Available to Help Small Businesses

Grants are now available to provide technical assistance and training for small rural businesses in Wyoming.

Hospital Receives Donation of Quilts

Love in Stitches, a local non-profit organization, again this year donated handmade quilts to Sheridan Memorial Hospital earlier this month for use in the hospital’s pediatric and emergency departments.

Sheridan County Law Enforcement to Show Zero Tolerance for Impaired Driving

Sheridan County law enforcement will have zero tolerance for impaired driving this holiday season.

NWCCD Closed for Winter Break

The Northern Wyoming Community College District will be closed starting Monday for winter break.

Hospital Employees Contribute $43,000 to Hospital Projects

Over 500 Sheridan Memorial Hospital employees who donate to the hospital foundation contributed $43,000 to the foundation this year.

Gordon Adds 3 New Staff to Administration

Governor Mark Gordon has announced the addition of three staff members to his administration.

Gordon Clarifies Position on Salaries

Governor Mark Gordon said he hasn't suggested any change in the salaries of Wyoming's top five elected officials.

Enzi, Tester Introduce Bill to Modernize Food Safety Laws

U.S. Senators Mike Enzi and Jon Tester have introduced legislation that would cement into law how government agencies regulate food produced using animal cell-culture technology.

Weatherby Recruitment Wins Honors for SEEDA

The successful recruitment of Weatherby to Sheridan won honors this week for the Sheridan Economic and Education Development Authority – also known as SEEDA.

Ucross Announces Fellowship Recipient

Teresa Baker, an artist known for her minimalist, formalist works, has been awarded the fifth Ucross Fellowship for Native American Visual Artists.