To slow the spread of COVID-19, the three statewide health orders have been extended through April 30.
The Tongue River Valley Community Center staff and volunteers have organized a virtual Easter Eggstravaganza.
The Wyoming Department of Transportation will begin repairs on six bridges east of Sheridan between mile markers 33 and 45 beginning April 6.
The Wyoming Arts Council is seeking music from Wyoming musicians for the 2020 Summer Road Trip Playlist.
With COVID-19 impacting many aspects of daily life, the Wyoming Department of Family Services wants residents to remember children and parents need additional support and understanding during times of increased stress.
A Sheridan man currently serving 18 to 25 years of prison time with the Wyoming Department of Corrections appealed to the Wyoming Supreme Court on issues raised from one of two trials he faced in 2018.
U.S. Attorney Mark A. Klaassen announced Wednesday that Jessica Lynn Dierking, 34, of Sheridan was indicted by a federal grand jury March 18 for receipt of child pornography, distribution of child pornography and two counts of production of child pornography.
The Sheridan County Republican Convention begins at 10 a.m. Saturday.
Things move quickly and officials must make decisions rapidly for school districts throughout Sheridan County during the COVID-19 pandemic.
While health care providers around the country — including Sheridan Memorial Hospital — have ceased performing elective procedures and therefore expect a drop in revenues, hospital CEO Mike McCafferty said no layoffs or furloughs are planned.
The Wyoming Department of Education called for cancellation of statewide testing for the spring semester including the ACT, a test every Wyoming student takes their junior year in the spring.
Due to limited supplies, the Wyoming Department of Health will be limiting coronavirus testing to priority patients and situations.
As more cases of COVID-19 emerge throughout the U.S., the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention encourages health care providers to take advantage of the benefits offered by telehealth tools to direct patient care.
Veterans Affairs clinics in Afton, Evanston and Casper will be temporarily closed to patients as of April 6 due to concerns about COVID-19, but veterans are still able to receive care.
On April 1, Census Day, the U.S. Census Bureau and the state of Wyoming recognized the once-a-decade count and reminded the public that they should respond now to the 2020 Census and count every person living in their home for most of the last year.
The city of Sheridan presently has vacancies on the Downtown Development Authority board, providing an opportunity for engaged and motivated city residents to give back to the community.
Sheridan College and all related Northern Wyoming Community College District colleges will remain closed until further notice.
In times of crisis, people often turn to the church for help.
Mary Chidester spent a majority of her life working on the front lines of health care alongside her husband, Don.
During a virtual board meeting Tuesday, Sheridan Memorial Hospital CEO Mike McCafferty recognized substantial community support for the hospital in recent weeks, including businesses testing hand sanitizer samples before starting production, hotels providing space for caregivers and individuals producing masks.
The Bighorn National Forest currently remains open, but local offices are no longer permitting visitors to enter their buildings and most developed recreation facilities are closed.
A community blood drive will take place at the Best Western Sheridan Center on April 6-7.
The Center for a Vital Community identified the following needs in the community during the COVID-19 virus pandemic.
EXPLORE AND ENGAGE