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.
In a time when everyone can front as a photographer with cellphone cameras, and digital cameras give 6-year-olds better technology than their parents ever had, there are some that still strive to become certified professional photographers.
An unlabeled door leads to a fairly empty, warehouse-like room at the end of the brick building once known to house Luminous Brewhouse before its move in 2016.
Cloud Peak Energy Corp.’s New Year’s resolution list for 2019 is short — survive.
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Steve Szmyd remembered buying doughnuts as a kid and seeing the joy on family members’ faces.
The Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality on Jan. 17 requested additional technical information from Ramaco Carbon regarding its Brook Mine permit application for the small mining operation outside Sheridan.
Soon, the Walmart store on Coffeen Avenue in Sheridan will join several others in its franchise in a large construction project in an effort to enhance customer experience.
Sheridan Memorial Hospital celebrated Jan. 10, when seven new registered nurses successfully completed the hospital’s six-month Nurse Residency Program.
Road construction on North Main Street finished in November.
While no local athletes competed in the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas this year, several Sheridan locals traveled to Sin City to participate as businesses and advocates for the Sheridan WYO Rodeo.
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With holiday shopping in full swing, local antique stores will likely see an increase in customers.
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Entities in Sheridan focus heavily on bringing in and supporting entrepreneurs in the community, but often when the aspiring business owners have an idea, they struggle to explain the idea on paper through a business plan.
The Christmas season is here, and that means many of us will spend our time — and perhaps money — choosing gifts for our loved ones.
To introduce you to the range of giving opportunities in Sheridan County, The Sheridan Press invited local nonprofits to share their wish lists with the community.
Wyoming has the dubious distinction of being one of the most expensive places in the country to get health insurance.
The Wyoming Occupational Safety and Health Administration has recommended that a big game outfitting company “evaluate its training policy on bear spray use” after a grizzly bear killed one of its hunting guides.
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