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NewsBikers Against Bruises Ride Set for Saturday Rustin Burr01 week 5 days ago
NewsLocal Churches Bring Sidewalk Prophets to Sheridan Rustin Burr01 week 5 days ago
NewsChamber Lunch Returns After Month Off Rustin Burr01 week 5 days ago
VideoMeet Your First Responders: Sandy Fitzpatrick Sheriff's Deputy Rustin Burr01 week 5 days ago
NewsWyoming Watercolor Society Artist Reception Tuesday Rustin Burr01 week 6 days ago
NewsMayor Miller, Councilman Martin Talk Main Street Test Rustin Burr01 week 6 days ago
NewsChief Adriaens on Main Street Reconfiguration Rustin Burr01 week 6 days ago
VideoWyoming Leaders: Aaron Linden Sheridan City Council Rustin Burr01 week 6 days ago
News24/7 Program Partnership Between Local Law Enforcement Agencies Rustin Burr02 weeks 2 days ago
NewsCounty Road Projects Rustin Burr02 weeks 2 days ago
PollHow do you feel about socialist programs? Rustin Burr02 weeks 2 days ago
VideoMeet Your First Responders: Devereaux Johnson- Sherriff's Patrol Deputy Rustin Burr02 weeks 2 days ago
NewsFinal Unplug of the Summer Tuesday Rustin Burr02 weeks 3 days ago
NewsBighorn Country Classic Bike MS Event Rustin Burr02 weeks 3 days ago
NewsSheriff, Chief Remind Residents to Watch Out for Influx of Motorcycles Rustin Burr02 weeks 3 days ago
NewsGovernor’s Office Provides Update on Hemp Program Rustin Burr02 weeks 4 days ago
NewsTrailfest 2019 Early Bird Registration Pricing Ends Friday Rustin Burr02 weeks 4 days ago
NewsUpper Road Construction Starts This Month Rustin Burr02 weeks 4 days ago
VideoSheridan County Fair 2019 Rustin Burr02 weeks 4 days ago
NewsLick Creek Fire 70% Contained Rustin Burr02 weeks 5 days ago
NewsBiteman Talks July CREG Report Rustin Burr02 weeks 5 days ago
NewsTrap Shoot Raises Over $4,000 for Cancer Center Rustin Burr02 weeks 5 days ago
NewsHappy Hour at the Lotus Thursday Rustin Burr02 weeks 6 days ago
NewsY Soccer Sign Ups Open Rustin Burr02 weeks 6 days ago
PollAre you pleased the City of Sheridan is testing a new 3 Lane Main Street configuration in August? Rustin Burr03 weeks 2 days ago

Chamber Lunch Returns After Month Off

After taking a month off in observation of the busy month of July, the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce will host their Chamber Luncheon event on Wednesday.

Wyoming Watercolor Society Artist Reception Tuesday

It is once again that time of year for the Wyoming Watercolor Society’s exhibit to grace the Sheridan Fulmer Library mezzanine and the Artist Reception is set for Tuesday.

Mayor Miller, Councilman Martin Talk Main Street Test

The 3 Lane Reconfiguration Test of Sheridan’s Main Street is underway, transforming the thoroughfare into a setup with one lane north, one south, and a turning lane in between.

Chief Adriaens on Main Street Reconfiguration

Sheridan’s Main Street looks very different than it normally does now that the new 3 lane reconfiguration test is underway.

24/7 Program Partnership Between Local Law Enforcement Agencies

The Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office and the Sheridan Police Department have joined resources in order to offer the 24/7 program as an option to those struggling with substance abuse in the area.

County Road Projects

Several road projects have been conducted recently or are still being conducted around Sheridan County.

Final Unplug of the Summer Tuesday

The Sheridan Community Land Trust and Science Kids will be hosting their final Unplug event of the summer on Tuesday.

Bighorn Country Classic Bike MS Event

The Bighorn Country Classic Bike event will be taking place this weekend and they are once again using the gathering as a fundraiser for Bike MS.

Sheriff, Chief Remind Residents to Watch Out for Influx of Motorcycles

Every year, Sheridan County experiences an influx of motorcycles passing through during a three week period thanks in large part to the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. It is not uncommon for riders to be circulating through the week before, the week of, and the week after the famous gathering of bikers.

Governor’s Office Provides Update on Hemp Program

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The Office of Governor Mark Gordon and the Wyoming Department of Agriculture have released an update on the current status of the state’s hemp program according to a release.

Trailfest 2019 Early Bird Registration Pricing Ends Friday

Later this month, the Sheridan Community Land Trust will be hosting their 2019 Trailfest fundraiser at the Red Grade Trails that includes many events that the whole family can participate in.

Upper Road Construction Starts This Month

Construction to fix some issues on Upper Road in Sheridan County will begin this month.

Lick Creek Fire 70% Contained

The Lick Creek Fire burning in the Bighorn National Forest in the northwest portion of Sheridan County is at 70% containment.

Biteman Talks July CREG Report

The Consensus Revenue Estimating Group's July update was recently released and showed that Wyoming’s economy is performing better than expected.

Trap Shoot Raises Over $4,000 for Cancer Center

The Sheridan County Sportsmen’s Association recently presented the Sheridan Memorial Hospital Foundation with $4,200 raised during their Bob Prill Memorial Trap Shoot held in June.

Happy Hour at the Lotus Thursday

There are still a few chances left to take part in one of the Sheridan WYO Theater’s new programs before the end of the summer as Happy Hour at the Lotus featuring Ebenezer Eferobor is set for Thursday.

Y Soccer Sign Ups Open

The Sheridan County YMCA Fall Soccer season is about a month away and sign ups are open now.

Mead, Meyer Among Those Appointed to UW Presidential Search Committee

16 individuals, including former Governor Matt Mead and former State Auditor Rita Meyer, have been selected by the University of Wyoming Board of Trustees to form a Search Committee to help determine who will be the institutions next President.

Out of this World Crafts Tuesdays in August

The Sheridan Fulmer Public Library will be hosting a craft series for all ages in the Inner Circle this month. Zola Shockley, Sheridan County Library System Programming Coordinator, shared the details.

New Financial Aid for Wyoming Students

The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees recently approved the allocation of more merit and need based aid to residents of Wyoming.