Sheridan Travel and Tourism is partnering with the Sheridan WYO Rodeo, the city of Sheridan and local businesses to host the first Sheridan WYO Winter [...]
A couple weeks ago I did a small painting of a cow and calf (I know — shocking!).
On any given day, I might hear the following concerns: That we are short on housing, that we have jobs but no workforce, and that we have hundreds of people locally, willing and able to take advantage of jobs in the light manufacturing industry, but lacking appropriate skills and training.
On behalf of the Downtown Sheridan Association, I would like to introduce myself. I’m Joyce Thompson, the part-time administrative assistant for our busy office. I [...]
Years ago, when I ran for the office of Sheridan mayor, my motivation was jobs.
We at the Chamber are proud to serve as the county’s primary resource hub for businesses, people looking to relocate here, residents and visitors. Each [...]
Over the past six months at The Sheridan Press, I have become acquainted with those quirky traditions that give an office its culture.
Wyoming is home to a hardy stock of industrious people who live and work across a vast state.
After covering the gamut of government meetings, I’ve recognized a trend — residents in small towns care.
Check out eight ways to celebrate the solstice in Sheridan County, from sunrise at the Sheridan "Stonehenge" to caroling at the Gallery on Main in Dayton.
As a young child, I desperately longed for Christmas to arrive.
All my life, I feel like I’ve been jet-propulsioned into positions for which I felt less than equipped.
What is flu? Is it an infection? Is it bacteria or a virus?
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