Colleen Ann Garriffa changed her plea to guilty on count one of two initial charges of delivery of Oxycodone in 4th Judicial District Court Nov. 8.
Whitney Center for the Arts will host an artist talk and reception with Patrick Kikut from 4-7 p.m. Thursday.
The weekend will offer more bazaars for shoppers. Each bazaar offers homemade gifts and goodies from which to choose.
The Brinton Museum will again present “The Brinton 101” exhibit, featuring nearly 300 works of art by 101 diverse artists from throughout the U.S. Included are paintings, watercolors, drawings, sculptures and mixed-media pieces of varying genre by local, regional and internationally-known artists.
Nov. 14 is national Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Day — a day set aside to celebrate GIS with everyone.
The Center for a Vital Community has organized two dates for community conversations around the issue of housing.
Wyoming’s mining sector continued to grow in the first quarter of 2018, improving the state’s overall employment and total payroll, but that growth was tempered by a shrinking labor force, according to David Bullard, a senior economist with the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services Research and Planning Division.
SHERIDAN — Speakers at the next Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce luncheon Wednesday will discuss housing.
The Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office recently released information regarding a scam that has become prevalent in the Sheridan area.
Raymond Plank believed the market should exist between the producers and the consumers. When companies like Enron came between the two parties, Plank didn’t hesitate to let people know how he felt about it.
SHERIDAN — Local volunteers for Wyoming Promise who have been collecting signatures for a statewide citizens initiative have exceeded the requirement for Sheridan County by [...]
CLEARMONT — Representatives from the Ucross Foundation announced Friday the passing of the organization's founder, Raymond N. Plank. Ucross President Sharon Dynak said Plank, 96, [...]
Both of Wyoming’s U.S. senators addressed the Wyoming Farm Bureau Federation at the group’s annual meeting Thursday and discussed the actions they are pursuing on the federal level to bolster the state’s agriculture.
A total of 11 Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office deputies and 13 Sheridan Police Department officers served in the military before transitioning into law enforcement. Every one of those veterans tells different stories of how he or she became a law enforcement officer, but two things remain across experiences — they all took uniformed jobs to continue a life of service to others, and the camaraderie among teammates keeps them going every day.
As the community continues to discuss ways to accommodate its growth and renovate some of its key sectors, stakeholders from Sheridan County and the city of Sheridan gathered to hear a presentation about preserving the historic aspects of the community at the Downtown Sheridan Association office Thursday.
Sheridan High School officials recently released the names of students who earned spots on the school’s first-quarter Gold Honor Roll.
Governor-elect Mark Gordon held his first press conference Wednesday during which he reiterated several of the priorities he emphasized during his campaign.
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is seeking information that will lead to the apprehension of the individual or individuals responsible for the poaching of two bull elk and a white-tailed deer in northwest Sheridan County.
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