If Sheridan residents need a reminder of the kindness that exists in the community, in these uncertain times, they don’t need to search far to find evidence.
If you listen to any podcast, read any book or watch any presenter talk about leadership, he or she likely will talk about risk taking.
On Wednesday night, around 40 people gathered in Sheridan to honor all of the missing and murdered Indigenous women in the United States, and from local reservations in particular.
While the talk of open minds and open hearts surround many gatherings this holiday season, another kind of openness should also rise to the forefront [...]
Earlier this year, Pew Research Center published an in-depth look at political affiliation in the U.S. that showed most people lean one direction or another [...]
Local residents and officials have discussed the future of the Kendrick Park pool for quite some time. The pool was originally built in 1937 and is owned by [...]
The Sheridan Press editorial board has shared its opinion on the Nov. 5 special election.
Over the last several years, moderate legislators within Wyoming’s borders have had to contend with a more conservative flank of the Republican Party. But those [...]
This week, the Wyoming Legislature gave final approval to a bill that would allow community colleges across the state to offer Bachelor of Applied Sciences [...]
Earlier this year, Sheridan’s new city council members took their oaths of office. Prior to that, they shared their viewpoints with local residents and their [...]
When this year’s session of the Wyoming Legislature began, a slate of bills that contradicted the rhetoric of transparency gave many across the state pause. Many of [...]
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