A “steel-raising” celebrated the expansion of Kennon Products, also known as the “fox prophecy,” at a site under construction in Sheridan’s High Tech Business Park Thursday afternoon. Kennon CEO Joe Wright in remarks before the
The Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority joint powers board – also known as SEEDA – has approved work to improve drainage at the Weatherby building in Sheridan’s High Tech Business Park. Kent Anderson, SEEDA’s
Sheridan College’s Certified Nursing Assistant program will host a free information session on the CNA course next week. The session is scheduled for 10 a.m. Tuesday in Room 134 at the Sheridan College Broadway Center.
Now here’s Sheridan Media’s look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Sept. 24, 1920. Figures released by Claude L. Draper, chairman of
Don Julian thinks there’s never been a more important time than now to be a great leader. Julian, who’s Sheridan High School activities director, gave the keynote presentation at lunch and provided closing remarks at
Four people who were to have been honored earlier this year as the 2020 Keystone Award nominees will be honored this coming April in ceremonies at the WYO Theater. Carmen Rideout, who’s executive director at
Wyoming’s U.S. Senator Mike Enzi has voiced concerns about access to a COVID-19 vaccine in rural areas like Wyoming. During a Senate health committee hearing to get an update from federal officials in charge of
Now here’s Sheridan Media’s look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Sept. 23, 1920. Erma Dragon of Arvada has registered at Nebraska
About 120 participants gathered in Sheridan’s Holiday Inn Tuesday for the sixth annual Ignite conference hosted by Sheridan’s Chamber of Commerce. Chamber CEO Dixie Johnson said that was a great turnout, especially given the constraints
Work in Sheridan’s Washington Park, on Coffeen Avenue, as well as some other areas around town, is being done through the Army Corps of Engineers to repair damage to city levees. Lane Thompson, Sheridan’s public
A 41-year-old Sheridan resident died Monday of injuries sustained in a crash around milepost 3 on US 14 east of Sheridan. According to Wyoming Highway Patrol Sergeant Jeremy Beck, the man has been identified as
Now here’s Sheridan Media’s look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Sept. 22, 1920. Monarch’s recreational center has been established by Miss
Access to Sheridan’s municipal landfill is reduced to one lane this week while the landfill entrance is being repaved. Work started Monday, and city officials anticipate that the project will continue into early next week.
As of this week, around 250 Japanese beetles, a highly destructive invasive species of insect, have been captured mostly in the area of Kendrick Park. Clark Van Hoosier, city of Sheridan arborist, said the first
The clock is ticking on Gillette College’s application to become separate from the Northern Wyoming Community College District, and in the meantime, the college board is considering how the split will affect Sheridan College. Dr.