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Library Hosts Orphan Train Presentation Wednesday

The Sheridan Fulmer Public Library will be hosting a one hour presentation on Wednesday on the Orphan Train that at one time came through Sheridan County.

WWC, Project Schoolhouse Collaborate to Bring Running Water to Antelope Butte

WWC Engineering and Project Schoolhouse have teamed up to help bring fresh, running water to the Antelope Butte Mountain Recreation Area. Jack Fritz, Director of Operations at WWC, explains.

Revenue Committee Talking Corporate Tax

The Wyoming Legislature only has a small period of each year where they are in Cheyenne full time and during the interim, committee work keeps Legislators busy. A topic that has come up in the Revenue Committee is the possibility of adding a tax for corporations to the current system.

WYDOT: Main Street Reconfiguration Study “Going Well”

Although no decisions have been made as to whether or not the current 3 lane configuration of Sheridan’s Main Street will be implemented during the Wyoming Department of Transportation resurfacing project in 2023, the study is going well.

3rd Annual Hoedown and Farm to Table

Rooted in Wyoming’s 3rd Annual Hoedown and Farm to Table fundraiser will take place at the Lazy JA Ranch on Saturday, September 7.

Rendall Breaks Down Start Up Challenge Application

The Sheridan Wyoming Technology Business Center’s next Start Up Challenge is accepting applicants now.

Single Event Tickets for Upcoming WYO Season Go on Sale Friday

The Sheridan WYO Performing Arts and Education center recently released season tickets and tickets for members but on Friday, tickets to individual events will go on sale to the public.

SCLT Hosts Trailfest Saturday

The Sheridan Community Land Trust is hosting their non competitive trail event and fundraiser dubbed Trailfest 2019 on Saturday at the Red Grade Trails.

Suds N’ Spurs Brewfest Set for Saturday

The 8th Annual Fremont Toyota Suds N Spurs Brewfest is set for Saturday at Sheridan’s Whitney Commons Park.

Swim Lessons Start Up After Labor Day

Starting next month, the Sheridan County YMCA will be starting up their latest round of swim lessons.

Fire Restriction Resolution A Bit Different in 2019

Last week, the Sheridan County Commission implement partial fire restrictions on the recommendation of the County Fire Warden and rural fire department chiefs.

Crow Agency Fire Update

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After several days of no fires, two engines and a helicopter from the Crow Agency Bureau of Indian Affairs responded Thursday to a small fire in hilltop timber near the Kid Creek fuels management unit.

Author Presentation at Fulmer Thursday

On Thursday, the Sheridan Fulmer Library will be hosting an Author to talk about his book with the community.

Tips Training Set for Wednesday

A free TIPS alcoholic beverage server training class will be offered to the public on Wednesday provided there is interest from individuals in the community.

WYO Gala Auditions Set for Monday, Tuesday

The Sheridan WYO Performing Arts and Education Center Gala musical production of Catch Me If You Can, will host auditions on the first two days of next week at the WYO Theater.

Kendrick Pool Identified as Extremely Important to the Community

If anything has been revealed through the public input portion during the development of the City of Sheridan Parks Master Plan, it’s that keeping the Kendrick Pool operational is extremely important to the community.

Sheridan County Libraries Closed Friday

All four branches of the Sheridan County Library System will be closed on Friday.

WYDOT Holds Ultimate Say on Main Street Reconfiguration

Those using Sheridan’s Main Street this week have no doubt noticed that the roadway has undergone a makeover and that layout will be in place for the next few weeks while the data is collected on whether or not the change would be good for safety and economics.

Bikers Against Bruises Ride Set for Saturday

The Bikers Against Bruises Ride supporting the Sheridan Advocacy and Resource Center was unfortunately cancelled earlier this summer.

Local Churches Bring Sidewalk Prophets to Sheridan

On Friday, a free family concert and gathering will be held in Sheidan’s Kendrick Park. Tri Robinson, one of the organizers of the event, shared the details on the band Sidewalk Prophets.