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Climbing Accident Victim Recovered, Identified

The body of the victim of a climbing accident earlier this week in the Bighorn Mountains has been recovered and identified.

Resolution Details Sheridan County 1% Fund Allocations

Allocations for optional one-cent sales tax funds in Sheridan County have been prioritized by the county commission over the next four years.

Sheridan County Prioritizes One Percent Fund Allocations

Allocations for funds generated from the optional one-cent sales and use tax in Sheridan County have been prioritized by the county commission over the next four years, after the commission recently approved a resolution.

Sheridan County Commissioners Back Lodging Tax

The Sheridan County Commission has approved a Resolution to back a proposition to be put before the voters in the county in November to approve a county-wide 4% lodging tax.

Chamber Coffees Another Way to Reach Out

Dixie Johnson, who's CEO of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce, said the organization's monthly coffees are another way to reach out to the county's outlying communities.

Ranch at Ucross Dates to Late 1800s

Vickie Abbott recounts history of The Ranch at Ucross. (Photo by Pat Blair)

The Ranch at Ucross at one time was huge, boasting 35,000 acres.

READING AT SHERIDAN COLLEGE BY ACCLAIMED NOVELIST YAA GYASI

Courtesy Photo

Ucross, Wyoming – March 1, 2018 – Ucross Foundation and Sheridan College are pleased to co-host acclaimed novelist Yaa Gyasi for a reading, discussion, and book signing of her breakthrough novel Homegoing on Thursday, March 8 at 7 p.m. in the Whitney Academic Center W153.

New Exhibit Opens at Ucross

A special exhibition featuring over 30 works by 10 artists, including five international artists, will open next week in the Ucross Foundation Art Gallery.

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 26, 1918

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Feb. 26, 1918.

Arts Committee Expands Celebrate Arts Event

Public Arts Committee Chairman Kim Love. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sheridan's Public Arts Committee plans to expand its Celebrate the Arts event to four days this year and include a program at Ucross.

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