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NewsCWD Public Meeting Thursday in Sheridan Rustin Burr012 weeks 1 day ago
VideoCowtown Hoedown 2019 Rustin Burr012 weeks 2 days ago
NewsEaton’s Horse Drive Cancelled Rustin Burr012 weeks 2 days ago
NewsUW To Offer Entrepreneurship Major, Minor Starting Fall 2019 Rustin Burr012 weeks 2 days ago
NewsSuper Tag Raffle Rustin Burr012 weeks 2 days ago
NewsJennings on 2019 General Session Rustin Burr012 weeks 2 days ago
NewsTRVCC Moves to New Location This Summer Rustin Burr012 weeks 3 days ago
NewsCloud Peak Energy “Open for Business” During Bankruptcy Process Rustin Burr012 weeks 3 days ago
NewsLocal Man Continues Quest to Conquer the 7 Summits Rustin Burr012 weeks 3 days ago
NewsTrail End State Historic Site Memorial Day, Summer Hours Rustin Burr012 weeks 4 days ago
NewsIgnite Conference Thursday Rustin Burr012 weeks 4 days ago
NewsSHS, Schiffer Graduation Ceremonies This Weekend Rustin Burr012 weeks 4 days ago
Video26th Rocky Mountain Leather Trade Show Sheridan 2019 Rustin Burr012 weeks 4 days ago
NewsFinal Bolshoi, Met Live of the Season This Week Rustin Burr012 weeks 5 days ago
NewsGame and Fish Sheridan County Day Camp Moves to Dayton Rustin Burr012 weeks 5 days ago
VideoExcalibur Construction Big Horn/ Tongue River Field Trip 2019 Rustin Burr013 weeks 8 hours ago
PollWhat would you like to see done with Kendrick Pool? Rustin Burr013 weeks 1 day ago
NewsCHAPS Partners with Filmmaker to Support Veterans Program Rustin Burr013 weeks 1 day ago
NewsSPD: Slow Down on West Burkitt Rustin Burr013 weeks 1 day ago
NewsCommissioner Ringley Talks Budget Rustin Burr013 weeks 1 day ago
NewsRanchester, Wyoming Sportsman Group Partner to Fix Pond Dock Rustin Burr013 weeks 1 day ago
NewsAndi’s Coffee House Broken Into Early Thursday Morning Rustin Burr013 weeks 2 days ago
NewsNational Police Week Rustin Burr013 weeks 2 days ago
VideoPint Night: Friends of the Library 2019 Rustin Burr013 weeks 3 days ago
News“The Color Code” Dinner and Program at The Hub on Smith, Friday Rustin Burr013 weeks 3 days ago

Ignite Conference Thursday

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce will be hosting their 5th Annual Ignite Your Business Professional Development Conference at Sheridan College on Thursday.

SHS, Schiffer Graduation Ceremonies This Weekend

After their final 9 months of high school, Sheridan County School District 2 graduates are gearing up to receive their diplomas this weekend.

Final Bolshoi, Met Live of the Season This Week

This week, Sheridan County will have their final chance to experience the Russian Ballet offerings of Bolshoi in Cinema and the New York City Met Live Opera in HD until the new season starts in the fall.

Game and Fish Sheridan County Day Camp Moves to Dayton

Each year, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department hosts summer day camps at areas around the state and when Sheridan County is on deck 2019, attendants see a different location utilized than in years past.

CHAPS Partners with Filmmaker to Support Veterans Program

CHAPS Equine Assisted Therapy in Sheridan County has partnered with Filmmaker and Actor Sean Higgins to help ensure the continuation of their Veterans Program.

SPD: Slow Down on West Burkitt

The Sheridan Police Department has identified an area in town where motorists are consistently going faster than the speed limit. Lt.

Commissioner Ringley Talks Budget

The Sheridan County Commissioners have been working to finalize their budget for the next fiscal year that starts on July 1. Commission Chairman Tom Ringley talks about where they are at in the process.

Andi’s Coffee House Broken Into Early Thursday Morning

Andi’s Coffee House in Sheridan was broken into early Thursday morning. Sheridan Police Lt. Travis Koltiska explains the details of the burglary.

Ranchester, Wyoming Sportsman Group Partner to Fix Pond Dock

Recently, the Town of Ranchester and the Wyoming Sportsman Group combined efforts to rebuild and restore the Ranchester Town Pond fishing dock to its original state.

National Police Week

National Police Week is a designation meant to honor the men and women who serve as America’s Law Enforcement Officers and show appreciation for what they do. In 1962, President John F.

“The Color Code” Dinner and Program at The Hub on Smith, Friday

On Friday, The Hub on Smith in Sheridan will be hosting the Wyoming Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics for their annual gathering.

Goose Valley Fire 2nd Annual Fun Run Set for Saturday

Goose Valley Volunteer Fire Department will be hosting their 2nd Annual Fun Run and Open House event on Saturday.

Scout Troop Raising Funds to Replace Destroyed Tents

Recently, the Sheridan Boy Scout Troop 117 lost most of their collection of tents during an excursion at the Fort Phil Kearny State Historic Site.

Project Graduation Still in Need of Volunteers, Donations

Each year, Project Graduation provides a safe event for graduating seniors that participate but in order to keep the ship afloat, volunteers and donations are needed.

Business After Hours Wednesday

May’s Business After Hours networking event is set to take place Wednesday evening at the Best Western Sheridan Center and Bistro 307 on Sheridan’s North Main Street.

West Brothers Earn Funding from Chamber Entrepreneurial Competition

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce announced that two brothers had been awarded funding through their 2nd Annual Youth Business Ventures Competition. Jhett West, talks about his product first.

“Screenagers” Film Screening on Tuesday

The film “Screenagers: Growing Up in the Digital Age”, is being brought to Sheridan for a free screening on Tuesday. Sheridan Kidslife Executive Director Ryan Koltiska explains more about the show.

Local Wins Wyoming State Small Business Person of the Year Award

The Small Business Administration presented their Wyoming State Small Business Person of the Year Award to local Ryan Gregory, President and Owner of Wyoming Roofing, at the recent Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon.

Game and Fish Expo in Casper

This weekend, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department is hosting their annual Outdoor Expo in Casper.

Chamber Lunch Programs Featured Tips To Give Customers What They Really Want

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce hosted their May luncheon on Wednesday and the program centered on how to make sure your customers are getting what they really want.