Numerous businesses in Sheridan have been utilizing particularly effective fundraising methods.
Second Chance Cat Rescue has moved to a more suitable facility thanks to the generosity of the community.
When Kid Curious opens on Main Street, downtown will host a toyville for kids of all ages that promises to bring fun back into learning through tangibles of play.
This summer marks Landon’s Greenhouse, Nursery and Landscaping’s 40th year of business.
For the last five years, Bill Fortner and Frank Latta have tried to convince Wyoming that “hemp” isn’t a bad four-letter word.
Advanced Communications Technology and Blackfoot Communications announced a strategic partnership to expand their fiber network footprint, bringing connectivity to businesses of all sizes across the western United States.
For a dozen years, Joey’s Fly Fishing Foundation has lured kids from the simulated confines of World of Warcraft to Wyoming’s blue ribbon outdoors to master what some anglers refer to as the Zen of fly-fishing where sport becomes art and casting a moving meditation.
April is National Occupational Therapy Month and a number of local professionals celebrate and practice the occupation through their career paths daily.
This year, Carroll’s Furniture celebrates 100 years of business.
Sheridan area benefactor Edward A. Whitney willed his estate to establish Whitney Benefits, Inc., creating the first educational foundation in Wyoming.
The U.S. Small Business Administration recently named Wyoming Roofing LLC President Ryan Gregory as the 2019 Wyoming State Small Business Person of the Year.
Landon’s Greenhouse, Nursery and Landscaping will host a workshop Saturday on planting a tea garden.
A business often recognized as a big player in the manufacturing sector of Sheridan was recognized for its leadership and consistency in the community last month.
The Advocacy and Resource Center was founded as a grassroots movement in the 1980s when women in Sheridan County found a need for an organization to help women suffering from violence.
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Angela Dewald Simmons will attend a conference recognizing top female Edward Jones financial advisors.
Jessica Garrelts’ love of food and desire to connect with people through a carefully crafted meal began as a child in her Italian grandmother’s kitchen.
House of Gyros, which closed in 2017, has reopened in its former location as a drive-up business only.
A proud Wyoming transplant since 1992, Amy Albrecht serves as the executive director of the Center for a Vital Community at Sheridan College.
Landon’s Greenhouse, Nursery and Landscaping celebrates 40 years of service this year.
The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Ag and Natural Resources Committee will host its second annual Sheridan County Youth Business Ventures Competition.
A “very depressed” natural gas market and gloomy forecasts brought about reorganization at Jonah Energy, leading the company to let 16 employees go last Thursday.
A new partnership between CyberWyoming and the Cybersecurity Collaborative will bring national content and experts to Wyoming technology professionals, officials say.
Financial planning is not a new concept, but technology has changed the industry similarly to most other industries in the world today.
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