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Stay Healthy Over the Holidays

With holiday season in full swing many people have already abandoned their health goals in anticipation of spending lots of time enjoying all the things that the holidays bring. Local Certified Personal Trainer Dr.

UW Students Benefit from RMPF Grant

The Rocky Mountain Power Foundation recently awarded the University of Wyoming $50,000 for education and research programs as well as scholarships.

SCSD2 Superintendent Talks Statewide School Improvements

Sheridan County School District #2 has been consistently performing as one of the best districts in the entire state for several years now.

22nd Annual Christmas Stroll

One of Sheridan’s favorite traditions is set to return on Friday as the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce’s 22nd Annual Christmas Stroll is set to start at 4pm.

Be Extra Vigilant Traveling During the Holidays

Having a roadside emergency kit should be an integral piece of any travelers arsenal especially when you live in a rural state like Wyoming. But driving on a holiday road trip is not the only type of holiday travel that people should be prepared to drive extra vigilantly.

WYO Theater Masonic Cornerstone Ceremony Set for Saturday

On Saturday afternoon, the Sheridan WYO Theater will receive a new addition to go with the recently completed renovations. Sheridan Masonic Lodges will perform a cornerstone ceremony complete with a time capsule.

Commissioners Ask Legislators to Continue Support of Local Government

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce held their Annual Legislative Forum today in the Sheridan County Courthouse.

Forward Sheridan Presents to Legislators

Sheridan County’s State Legislators were all present in the Commissioners Boardroom of the Sheridan County Courthouse Monday morning. Jay Stender, CEO of Forward Sheridan, was there to present on behalf of his organization. Stender highlighted two things to the commissioners.

Warren Miller’s Line of Descent Follows the Christmas Stroll at the WYO

After the 22nd Annual Christmas Stroll, another annual traditio will be back to salue the start of winter.

Museum Raffle Tickets On Sale for .22 Henry Rifle

The Sheridan County Museum is currently selling raffle tickets for a special .22 caliber Henry Rifle. John Woodward, the Museum’s Director, shares why the rifle is so unique.

Courthouse Closure Announced for Thursday, Friday

If you have business you would like to take care of with the Sheridan County Courthouse within the next week, you will need to do so before Thursday.

Deer Management Programs

The City of Sheridan has come up with two ways of controlling the deer populations in the city limits. With the guidance of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, the city has two deer management programs. Sheridan Police Department’s Lt.

Survey of the American Yard at Whitney Center Gallery

The Sheridan College Whitney Center for the Arts has a new exhibit for their gallery. Joshua White’s Photographic Survey of the American Yard opens tonight with an artist’s talk and a reception. Dr.

Swanson Named Executive Director of Advocacy and Resource Center

Yvonne Swanson has been named as the new Executive Director of Sheridan’s Advocacy and Resource Center. Swanson is set to start training for the role on November 26. On February 5, she will assume the role when current Executive Director Bonnie Young retires.

Dining For A Cause Benefits Salvation Army

On Monday, Frackelton’s Restaurant in Sheridan will host their next Dining for a Cause fundraiser and Sheridan’s Salvation Army will be the beneficiary.

SCSD2 Next Level Program Going Well

Sheridan County School District 2 recently held a meeting on their Next Level Collaborative program.

Game and Fish Youth Pheasant Hunt set for Saturday

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has set aside this Saturday for a Youth Pheasant Hunt in the Bud Love Wildlife Habitat Management Area.

New Electronic Variable Speed Limit Signs on I-90

The Wyoming Department of Transportation has installed new electronic variable speed limit signs on a 16-mile stretch of I-90 between Sheridan and Buffalo that is known for severe wind and surface conditions.

We The People Dress Rehearsal

The Sheridan High School We the People team is under new direction due to the departure of previous Advisor Tyson Emborg.

Chamber Legislative Forum Set for Monday

On Monday, the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce will host their annual Legislative Forum at the Sheridan County Courthouse in the Commissioner’s Board Room.