Stop undervaluing trade labor

By |Oct. 24, 2019|

From the time most millennials — those typically defined as having been born between 1980 and 1996 — wore oversized sweatshirts, neon and grunge flannel, they’ve been told to attend a four-year college. 

Announcement gamesmanship

By |Aug. 8, 2019|

With Sen. Mike Enzi’s retirement announcement, politicos in Wyoming — and across the country, really — long ago started speculating about who might seek the seat in the U.S. Senate.

Why the double standard?

By |Aug. 2, 2019|

For the last several years of the Sheridan Recreation District’s co-ed adult softball program, players have had to throw a different size softball depending on whether a [...]

End of summer?

By |Aug. 1, 2019|

For some Sheridan County students — ahem... Big Horn, Tongue River and Arvada-Clearmont — school starts in just 19 days.

Trail run ready

By |May. 30, 2019|

In just about two weeks, runners will take to the hills (and the mountains) for the Bighorn Mountain Wild and Scenic Trail Run.

Defining the ‘why’

By |May. 9, 2019|

If you’re into leadership trainings, you’ve likely heard of Simon Sinek and his “Start with Why” idea — which is also the title of one of his books and his TED Talk.

Power of collaboration

By |Feb. 7, 2019|

Each week staff members at The Sheridan Press type up brief articles on upcoming events — choir concerts, art exhibitions, fundraisers and more.

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