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Standard Process Review Continues for State Permitting of Proposed Coal Mine

Standard to all Wyoming state mining permits, and part of the formal review process, is a series of requests by regulators for additional information from the applicant.

Firefighters Conduct Training Session at Heritage Towers

Firefighters from four departments in Sheridan County gathered at Heritage Towers this past weekend for a three-hour training session on fighting fires in multi-level, multi-living unit buildings.

Hospital Celebrates Nurse Residency Program

Sheridan Memorial Hospital (SMH) celebrated on Thursday, January 10, when seven new registered nurses successfully completed the hospital’s six-month Nurse Residency Program.

Sheridan College to Offer Zen Shiatsu Massage Course

Sheridan College will offer a Zen Shiatsu class and clinic starting Jan. 21.

California Trail Story to be Presented at Library

The story of the California Trail as seen through the eyes and experiences of emigrants who made the journey will be presented this month at the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library.

NWCCD Students Eligible for America's Promise Grants

Depending on their area of study, Northern Wyoming Community College District students may be eligible for funding for college through America's Promise grants.

Sheridan College to Host Spring Enrollment Help

Sheridan College will host a drop-in event next week to give students an opportunity to enroll and prepare for the spring semester.

New Year's Baby Arrives at Sheridan Memorial

The first baby of the new year arrived at Sheridan Memorial Hospital at 9:11 a.m. New Year's Day.

Chadwick Named Director of Digital Development

Julie Chadwick has been named Sheridan Media’s Director of the Digital Division.

Local Julian to Read New Book in Sheridan

Local author, Tyler Truman Julian, will read from his new book, Wyoming: The Next Question to Ask (to Answer), at Sheridan Stationery Books and Gallery on Saturday, January 5, at 11am and at Luminous Brewhouse on Sunday, January 6, at 3pm. Wyoming is a book of poetry written by Sheridan native, Juli

Handmade Quilts Donated to Hospital

Sheridan Memorial Hospital has received a donation of handmade quilts especially made for seriously ill and/or traumatized children who have to visit the hospital.

Brandow Named 2019 Ucross Fellowship Recipient

Multi-disciplinary artist Heidi Brandow has been named the recipient of the 2019 Ucross Fellowship for Native American Visual Artists.

Landfill Temporarily Closed Due to Wind

The Sheridan County Landfill is currently closed to the general public due to high winds. It will re-open as soon as the winds decrease and it is safe for the general public to resume dumping at the landfill.

Enzi Says Obamacare Still Struggles to Meet Needs

U.S. Sen, Mike Enzi says Obamacare is still struggling to meet the needs of Americans across the country.

Wine Fest Tickets Now on Sale

Tickets for the Downtown Sheridan Association's 2019 Wine Fest are on sale now.

Sheridan College Instructor Recognized for Excellence

Dr. Rachel Kristiansen, a Sheridan native and full-time instructor at Sheridan College, has recently been named the 2018 Northern Wyoming Community College District Master Distance Educator of the Year.

Mead Calls for Day of Mourning

Governor Matt Mead is encouraging Wyoming citizens to join with the rest of the nation in honoring former President George H.W. Bush with a “Day of Mourning” on Wednesday.

Ucross Alumni Debut 'White Album' at BAM

Two alumni of the Ucross Foundation, Lars Jan and Mia Barron, are staging “The White Album,” Jan's word-for-word celebration of Joan Didion's famous essay at the Brooklyn Academy of Music now through Dec. 28.

Sheridan College to Host Parent Information Night

Prospective Sheridan College students and their families will learn everything they need to know to enroll at Sheridan College in a meeting next week.

College Choirs to Perform Holiday Concert

The Sheridan College Chamber Choir and Collegiate Chrale will perform a holiday concert next week.