Candidates for Sheridan’s city council cited law enforcement, the fire department, water and sanitary sewer as among the most essential services the city provides residents. Speaking in a recent forum for candidates in the Aug.
The numbers of both youth and dogs at this year’s Sheridan County Fair were down slightly from previous years. Dog Superintendent Susie Terry explained. The show started at 9 a.m. Monday in the Exhibit Hall.
The four candidates for Sheridan County’s House of Representatives districts 40 and 51 talked about making cuts to Wyoming’s education budget in a recent candidate forum. Richard Tass, who’s seeking re-election to the District 40
The 4-H and FFA horse show continued at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds Saturday with showmanship and English horsemanship events. Three days of horse shows kicked off this year’s Sheridan County Fair, which will continue through
This year’s Sheridan County Fair started Friday with the first of three days of horse shows. Horse Superintendent Heidi Justus estimated there were 25 youth, mostly 4-H but some FFA members as well, participating in
In addition to a projected $1.5 to $1.7 billion budget deficit, candidates for two of Sheridan County’s four seats in Wyoming’s state House of Representatives cited a need for jobs and a diversified economy as
Nine of the 10 Republican candidates running for election to the U.S. Senate fielded questions in a debate in Sheridan College’s Kinnison Hall Tuesday night. Due to the number of candidates, the event was broken
Despite the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Sheridan Memorial Hospital Foundation’s 2020 golf tournament was rated a huge success again this year. Held earlier this month at the Powder Horn Golf Club, the
Sheridan County commissioners are looking at spending slightly over $16 million in the year that started on July 1. In Monday night’s budget hearing, County Administrative Director Renee Obermueller said the proposed budget is very
If school was to start immediately, students in Sheridan County School District 2 would return to classes in their school buildings across Sheridan and Story – although with modifications. That’s according to a plan approved
In spite of the COVID-19 pandemic, Sheridan County Airport Manager John Stopka says travel by air is safe. In remarks earlier this week at the opening of the terminal expansion project at the airport, Stopka