By |Aug. 16, 2018|

Plenty of jobs offer more challenges than working as a journalist in a small community. Firefighters, police officers, public servants — they all face daily [...]

Compromising Sheridan’s downtown

By |Jul. 27, 2018|

The city released a draft of its Downtown Sheridan Streetscape Action Plan Tuesday night, providing strategies and recommending actions for improving downtown in conjunction with a Wyoming [...]

City council, mayor need to work together

By |Jun. 15, 2018|

Mayor Roger Miller has expressed frustration with members of Sheridan City Council, which he says won’t address his concerns regarding the undefined duties and authorities of positions within city government. Who [...]

More power to them

By |Apr. 6, 2018|

Thursday, the city of Sheridan organized a ribbon cutting ceremony for its first hydro turbine, which will reduce the water pressure at the Beckton Hall [...]

A slippery slope

By |Feb. 16, 2018|

We live at the base of the beautiful Bighorn Mountains, where the outdoor activities are plenty and the scenery will take your breath away. But [...]


By |Jan. 26, 2018|

Almost two years ago, Marisa Kwiatkowski, Mark Alesia and Tim Evans dove head first into close to 1,000 pages of documents pertaining to a lawsuit [...]

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