The new year is here!
Many of us love Sheridan for its charming downtown.
“Did I see you on Loucks last week?” “Is something wrong with your car?” “Do you need a ride?”
Happy New Year! On Wednesday, we gave the Chamber’s 2019 annual report during the first lunch program of the year.
Over New Year’s Eve dinner, my wife and I reflected on how much in our lives has changed in the last 10 years.
It’s the end of a decade. Isn’t that amazing? I am not in the camp that says 2021 is actually the beginning of another decade so don’t lecture me.
Sheridan has many unique and genuine characteristics. I offer a couple of examples.
“It is a great thing to start life with a small number of really good books which are your very own.”
Earlier this week, The Sheridan Press celebrated 150 years of Wyoming women’s suffrage with a sold-out community event at The Brinton Museum.
As 2019 comes to a close, I want to take a few moments to reflect on the past year here at Whitney Benefits.
Without a doubt, Sheridan’s history is part of our community’s essence.
In this column, the writer behind the series "Year of Wyoming Women" shares her experiences.
In October, I had the privilege of graduating with 21 amazing local businesspeople from the Chamber’s Leadership Sheridan County program.
The state of Wyoming’s use of the bucking horse and rider as a symbol for the Cowboy State dates to at least 1918.
Last week, the Christmas Stroll took over downtown with trolley rides on Main Street, marshmallow roasting on Grinnell Plaza and live music in shops. Hundreds of locals braved black ice for the ultimate Sheridan “experience” — a trend that is buzzing in our town and beyond.
Sheridan County’s spirit of volunteerism is, without a shadow of a doubt, the envy of the Mountain West.
I’ve been in the electrical industry for over 26 years and have owned and operated Premier Electric in Sheridan since 2006.
We are coming up on one of America’s favorite holidays.
I’ve written past columns about civility, divisiveness, throwing babies out with bathwater and the pure vitriol being spewed about all things political.
Gov. Mark Gordon’s business summit gathering in Cheyenne this week was good for Sheridan. We had featured companies, featured speakers and many Sheridan businesses and [...]
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