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Banff Mountain Film Festival to Return to Sheridan

Next Tuesday, the Banff Mountain Film Festival will take place at the Sheridan WYO Theater. The festival will include a collection of films which explore the mountain world, highlight new landscapes and remote cultures, and expose audiences to exciting adventures and adrenaline-packed sports.

SHS Student Interns With Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office

Sheridan High School offers an internship class to seniors which grants them the opportunity to intern at a local establishment off-campus. This year, senior Jackson Eccles has taken an internship at the Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office.

Governor Gordon Visits Sheridan College to Discuss Economic Development

This Tuesday, the Sheridan Economic and Education Development Association (SEEDA) presented at Sheridan College with special guest Governor Mark Gordon.

Volunteers of America Hosts Empty Bowl Fundraiser

The annual Volunteers of America (VOA) Empty Bowl Fundraiser took place Thursday, an event in which the community can come together to purchase handmade bowls and enjoy gourmet soup.

Wyoming Business Council Talks Sheridan Economy at Chamber Luncheon

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Luncheon took place Wednesday, with Shawn Reese, CEO of the Wyoming Business Council, to speak about economic development in Sheridan. Reese was not able to make it to the luncheon because of road conditions, but was able to speak over video call.

Habitat ReStore Raises Funds to Increase Affordable Homeownership in Sheridan

Awareness of the lack of affordable housing options in Sheridan County has increased recently. For many people across the country, access to affordable housing remains out of reach, creating barriers to affording basic necessities such as food, education, or medical care.

Montana-Dakota Utilities Installing LED Street Lights in Sheridan

Since 2016, Montana-Dakota Utilities has had a goal to replace old street lights with LED ones across Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wyoming.

UW Survey Shows Economy Remains Major Concern in State

While Wyoming’s economy has improved over the past year, it remains a major concern to the public, according to results from a statewide poll conducted last fall.

Sheridan Chamber Luncheon Hosts Wyoming Legislators for Recap of Legislative Session

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce hosted their monthly luncheon on Wednesday, where four Wyoming legislators were present to give a recap of what was accomplished during the recent legislative session, as well as an outline of their current priorities.

Be a “Below Zero Hero” at the Jackalope Jump Fundraiser for Special Olympics

This Saturday, the Sheridan community will have the opportunity to become a “Below Zero Hero” by participating in the Jackalope Jump, a fundraiser where teams and individuals will jump into freezing waters for a good cause.

Chili and Cinnamon Rolls to Raise Funds for Sheridan Deputy Jim Arzy

This Tuesday, Blacktooth Brewery will have chili and cinnamon rolls, as well as raffles and a silent auction, to help the Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office raise funds for Deputy Jim Arzy, who has faced a life threatening illness.

Whitney Center for the Arts to Host Ballet Jorgen and Billings Symphony

This weekend, Sheridan College’s Whitney Center for the Arts will host Ballet Jorgen and Billings Symphony. On this Tuesday’s edition of our news talk show Public Pulse, Interim Director Dr.

WYO Theater Presents 9 to 5 the Musical

This week, Sheridan’s WYO Theater will be presenting 9 to 5 the Musical, a Sheridan Civic Theater Guild and WYO Theater Co-Production.

Victims of Teen Violence Encouraged to Reach Out to Trusted Adults

In the modern era of #MeToo, a movement which encourages victims of sexual assault or abuse to come forward and share their stories, public awareness of dating violence has vastly expanded. Still, it is easy to believe that issues like these have no presence in our happy little mountain valley.

Sheridan KidsLife to Host Annual Dodgeball Tournament

This Saturday, KidsLife will host their annual dodgeball tournament at Sheridan High School. The tournament is open to ages third grade and up, including adults.

Women Are Not the Only Victims of Dating Violence

February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month, and the Advocacy and Resource Center (ARC) is working to spread awareness in the Sheridan community. One side of the dating violence topic tends to go unchecked, and that is that women are not the only people at risk of being abused.

Advocacy and Resource Center Spreads Awareness of Teen Dating Violence

February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month, and the Advocacy and Resource Center (ARC) is working to spread awareness in the Sheridan community.

Advocacy and Resource Center Receives Key Service Award

At the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Luncheon for February, the Advocacy and Resource Center (ARC) was awarded the Key Service Award of Excellence, which honors local nonprofit organizations with a significant positive impact on the community.

Sheridan Chamber of Commerce Hosts 2018 Awards of Excellence

At the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Luncheon for February, the Chamber issued six Excellence Awards to involved community members and hard-working local businesses alike.

UW Trustees Select Science Initiative Construction Manager

The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees voted to authorize negotiation of a contract with GE Johnson Construction, based in Jackson, to lead construction of the Science Initiative facility.