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Sheridan County Museum Open on Independence Day

The Sheridan County Museum is open for their summer hours through the Labor Day holiday in September. According to Museum Director John Woodward, the museum will also be open for the 4th of July.

Sheridan PD Summer Update

Summer in Wyoming means more people are in state for the tourism season and Sheridan is not immune to the influx in bodies.

Kids’ Fishing Day in the Bighorns

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Young anglers will have a chance to catch a fish and learn about the environment on July 8 at Porcupine Ranger Station pond in the Bighorn National Forest.

Habitat Always Welcomes More Volunteers

Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns relies on volunteers year round to help construction of homes and at the ReStore.

Verdello: Spice Up Your Food

Verdello, Sheridan’s Olive Oils and Fine Foods store held their grand opening Friday at their store in Grinnell Plaza.

More Than 3lbs of Marijuana Seized by Sheridan Police

On Friday evening, officers with the Sheridan Police Department received detailed information about a Sheridan resident selling marijuana. According to Lt.

Boating Regulations

With summer in full swing, many community members are enjoying their boats.

Bike with a Cop

School is out and kids are riding their bikes around town, soaking up the summer sun. According to Sheridan Police Lt.

4th Of July in the Bighorns

If you are planning on enjoying Independence Day in the Bighorn National Forest this year, the Forest Service has a few important safety reminders to help you enjoy the holiday. Make sure to check the weather forecast and b prepared for afternoon thunderstorms, lightning, and high winds.

Local Artist Spotlight: Lancifer

Seattle born, but Sheridan raised recording artist Lancifer has been all around the world living his dream of being a musician. Music is in his blood and he started exploring his talents young.

New City Code Regarding Pests

Pigeons can sometimes be a nuisance and that is exactly why they are classified as pests. A new Sheridan city code will make it harder for pests, specifically pigeons, to find homes and reproduce within the city limits according to Sheridan Police Department’s Lt.

Sheridan, Johnson County Unemployment Rates Lower Than State Average

For the month of May, Wyoming’s average unemployment rate has fallen to 4.1%, down .2% from April’s rate. Both Sheridan and Johnson County’s rates are below the state average with 3.5% and 3.9% respectively.

Bourbon and Bowties on Saturday

The Annual Gala Fundraiser for Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns is set for Saturday at Born in a Barn east of Sheridan.

Game and Fish on Juvenile Wildlife

Spring and early summer is a critical time for juvenile wildlife. Young rabbits, birds, deer, and others need to be left alone according to Bud Stewart, Sheridan Region Public Information Specialist for the Wyoming Game and Fish Department.

17th Annual Young Rider Rodeo Results

On Saturday, around 65 contestants competed in the 17th Annual Young Rider Rodeo at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds. Sheridan County had representatives from Sheridan, Dayton, Banner, Clearmont, and Ranchester.

The EcoFlight Experience

As part of the Wyoming Public Land Initiative, EcoFlight has been flying ranchers, snowmobilers, county commissioners, and more over 9 Wyoming counties.

Petition for Records Regarding Richardson, McMurry Answered

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As Sheridan Media previously reported, a petition was filed on May 30th to the 7th Judicial District Court in Natrona County asking for the release of records about the disappearance of Casper resident Kristi Richardson and the death of Mick McMurry, also from Casper.

Habitat Completes Home, Two Others Currently Being Built

Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns focuses on building affordable houses for those in need. Since 1994 there have been over 45 houses built according to Executive Director Christine Christopherson, including one that was recently finished.

Important Dates From the Game and Fish

Resident and nonresident antelope and deer along with resident elk draw results will be posted on Thursday at 10am on the Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s website. All leftover licenses will be distributed through another draw.

ABF 2nd Annual Bighorn Brewfest

The Antelope Butte Foundation will host their 2nd Annual Bighorn Brewfest on July 1st at the Antelope Butte Mountain Recreation Area. The festival is set to take place from 1-5 that afternoon just off of U.S. Highway 14 in the Bighorn National Forest.