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  • Motorists drive up and down Main Street as “no left turn” signals begin to light up Wednesday morning in downtown Sheridan.

Local Jaycee earns honors

By |Apr. 23, 2019|

Wyoming Jaycees State President and local Sheridan Jaycees chapter member, Lacey Johnsen, was awarded her pin for completing the 10th Degree of the JCI Passport to Civic Leadership program while attending JCI USA’s National Year-End Awards Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Business Before Hours

By |Apr. 23, 2019|

U.S. Bank will host the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Business Before Hours on Wednesday, May 1, from 7-8:30 a.m.

Firefighters, city move into arbitration

By |Apr. 23, 2019|

After an hour of executive session discussions Monday night, Mayor Roger Miller announced that the city and IAFF Local #276 will proceed with arbitration in lieu of agreeing on the contract approved by Sheridan City Council in its April 15 meeting.

Library outreach program manager to retire

By |Apr. 22, 2019|

The future of the Senior Outreach Services program remains uncertain, but one thing is certain: Judy Armstrong will officially retire from the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library June 15, and she’s staying positive about the outcome of that decision.

  • Motorists drive up and down Main Street as “no left turn” signals begin to light up Wednesday morning in downtown Sheridan.

Local youth honored with Wyoming Congressional Medals

By |Apr. 19, 2019|

U.S. Sens. Mike Enzi and John Barrasso along with U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney and Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon recognized 167 outstanding Wyoming youth for earning bronze, silver and gold Wyoming Congressional Awards. The medal ceremony was held at the Cheyenne Civic Center April 7.

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