Sheridan Commercial Company True Value, in partnership with the True Value Foundation is providing free health and safety kits to Holy Name Catholic School through the newly created Educational Heros Safety Campaign. To ensure the
Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon held a media conference Thursday to provide an update on the recent spike in cases of COVID-19 in the state. Wednesday, the number of laboratory confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Wyoming
A change of plea hearing was held Thursday in Fourth Judicial district court for a Sheridan woman charged with multiple felonies. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details. Pursuant to terms of a plea agreement
A community meeting was held Wednesday evening to discuss the possibility of unmasking the kids in the Johnson County School District, with those attending both in favor of, and against removing the masks from the
Flu shots will be available the week of October 5th through the 9th in Johnson County, and then every Tuesday and Thursday through November. Johnson County Public Health is offering the vaccines for $25 each,
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
After receiving several reports of counterfeit U.S. currency – $50 bills – being passed in Sheridan, the Sheridan Police Department has identified a suspect and cited the individual with theft. From Sept. 16, to Sept.
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
In a press release from Sheridan County School District No. 2, officials announce the district is making changes to safety protocols at elementary schools based on new quarantine guidelines from Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon and
The Sheridan Police Department on Wednesday received a report of potential drug sales at a residence in Sheridan. During the investigation, a male subject from California was identified as a supplier of methamphetamine from a
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
The Wyoming Department of Health recently released updated guidance for public health professionals conducting investigations in K-12 schools. The new guidance allows for students to stay in school even if they were in close contact