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New DARE Vehicle

The Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office recently retired their DARE vehicle after a three year lease is up.

Family Punch Passes at the YMCA

Tis the season for being with family and occasionally congregating indoors.

Two More Chances to See Bolshoi in 2018

The Sheridan WYO Performing Arts and Education Center Bolshoi in Cinema series will have two more entries before we bring in the new year.

Library Trustees, Foundation to Hold Joint Meeting

The Sheridan County Library System Board of Trustees and Library Foundation Board will hold a joint meeting on Wednesday.

Final Met Live at the WYO for 2018

The final Met Live in HD performance of 2018 will take place at the Sheridan WYO Performing Arts and Education Center on Saturday morning. According to Erin Butler, the WYO’s Executive Director, the show will be Verdi’s La Traviata, which is infamous for it’s unsuccessful opening in 1853.

Christmas Stroll Festivities, Not Over Yet

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce’s 23rd Annual Christmas Stroll has come and gone, but the chance to participate in the stroll activities is still available.

UW Hires Faculty with NSF Grant Funding

As part of a five year, $20 million National Science Foundation grant, the University of Wyoming has hired four new faculty members.

Holly Jolly Holiday Film Series Starts Thursday

The Sheridan WYO Performing Arts and Education Center will debut their new Holly Jolly Holiday Film Series this week, starting Thursday evening and culminating Sunday afternoon.

Time for Some Holiday Crafts!

The Sheridan County Library System Sheridan Fulmer Library will be providing opportunities for members of the community to get crafty for the holidays.

Christmas with Craig at Sheridan County Libraries

The Sheridan County Library System will be welcoming local author Craig Johnson to their branches for his annual holiday reading. Zola Shockley, System Programming Coordinator, shares more.

Experienced Entrepreneur Hired by UW

The University of Wyoming has hired a successful businessman who has personally founded multiple companies to serve as Chief Operating Officer for the school’s new Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship. UW Vice President for Communications and Marketing Chad Baldwin,

Holiday Reminders for Pet Owners

Part of the enjoyment from the Christmas season for many is the explosion of decorations that it brings.

Police Suggest Code Red Information Update

Code Red is a virtual alert system that is used in Sheridan County to notify the public of emergency situations.

Escanaba is In Da Moonlight for One More Weekend

The latest production from the Sheridan Civic Theater Guild premiered last week and there are still three chances to see, Escanaba In Da Moonlight at the Sheridan Carriage House Theater.

Trail End Holiday Open House This Weekend

It is time again for one of Sheridan’s annual holiday traditions, as the Trail End Historic Site’s Holiday Open House is set for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

Game and Fish Encourages Hunters to Complete Survey

Many hunters have received or will receive a harvest survey through the mail or via email to gather information and feedback on the 2018 hunting season.

Ground Broken on New UW Science Facility

The University of Wyoming recently broke ground on one of their biggest undertakings in history, the long awaited Science Initiative facility which will contain a 200 seat active learning classroom, along with state of the art research and laboratory space.

Community Game Nights at the Fulmer Well Received

In September, the Sheridan County Library System launched a new program to get the community off of their screens and interacting with others.

Chamber Legislative Forum Tuesday

With the Wyoming Legislature set to reconvene shortly after the New Year begins, it is time again for the local legislators to hear from the community through the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Legislative Forum.

Symphony Orchestra Concert Showcases New Choir Faculty

On Friday, the Whitney Center for the Arts Kinnison Concert Hall will host the Sheridan College Symphony Orchestra featuring the works of Schubert and Sibelius. College Director of Strings and Orchestral Studies Dr.