Have you had the pleasure of enjoying the wisdom from the book “All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten”?
Earlier this week, my husband and I adopted a puppy from Sheridan Dog & Cat Shelter.
Writer and composer David Vader once said that, “The story of America’s quest for freedom is inscribed on her history in the blood of her patriots.”
Our community has a tremendous resource for entrepreneurs wishing to start up their own business — the Wyoming Technology Business Center, Sheridan’s business incubator.
Hello from Week Nine of (Productive?) Work from the Dining Room Table!
Friday marked the end of my seventh and final week of working from home.
In the movies, a frontier sheriff is usually portrayed by a swaggering figure.
Scammers are on the prowl with Americans’ increased anxiety over the coronavirus pandemic.
Once done building The Link, SCLT will kick off work on Kicking Horse Trail, which will be shared by bipeds and quadrupeds alike.
In its almost 90-year history, the Sheridan WY0 Rodeo has had its share of problems. One of the worst ones occurred in 1988.
As we continue to navigate this COVID-19, we recognize that businesses have had to rethink their business models.
As the executive director of NSI Academy, I understand the challenges we face. I’m also proud to be working toward effective and ethical treatment options for youth with significant behavioral and mental health care needs.
Over the last while, I’ve worked my way through (the modified) Kubler-Ross’ 7 stages of grief. At first, like most, I was in utter shock that anything could move as quickly as closures and cancellations due to COVID did. “They CAN’T close Broadway!”
I have had several people asking questions about mulch. Where do I get it? What kind should I use? How much? When?
Just one month ago, I included this line from the governor’s office in my Community Perspectives article:
In a recent conversation, someone asked, “What do you hope doesn’t go back to normal when this is all over?”
A song I have on continuous loop in my head these last few weeks has been “Strange Days Indeed,” by John Lennon.
Like many across the U.S., my husband and I have been confronted by our own entitlement over the past few weeks.
Italian culture is known for its relaxed approach to life.
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