Sheridan’s 25th annual Christmas Stroll took on a unique life this year to allow for social distancing, but the different format, mask order and pandemic did not deter folks from enjoying the holiday spirit downtown.
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While many of his contemporaries are enjoying a little rest and relaxation, 94-year-old Gene Roelfsema is still snapping on his bright red bike helmet each day, and challenging kids a fraction of his age to bicycle races.
The city's trail system may soon connect to an in-development city park if the city of Sheridan is able to work out a deal with SEEDA.
As fall sports conclude for the current Broncs and Lady Broncs, here’s how Sheridan High School graduates fared during their seasons at colleges across the region:
Updated guidelines regarding face coverings, spectators and equipment usage.
The Wyoming State Historic Preservation Office received $350,000 in grant funding from the Paul Bruhn Historic Revitalization Grants Program through the National Park Service.
Academics for All hopes the recognition might inform and engage younger students, providing role models and a concrete picture of the opportunities ahead of them in high school.