A Look Back in Time: Jan. 21, 1919

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 Jan. 21, 1919.

Wyoming Education Department Offers New State Report Card

Students in all three of Sheridan County's school districts beat state averages in proficiency in English language arts and math.

Three Local Projects in Supplemental Budget

Kinner says supplemental budget includes three projects in Sheridan. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Funds for three projects in Sheridan are included in the supplemental budget that legislators will be asked to consider in their upcoming session.

Story-Big Horn Christmas Bird Count is Saturday

(Photo Ron Richter ©)

The 46th annual Story-Big Horn Christmas Bird Count is scheduled to take place Saturday.

Christmas with Craig at Sheridan County Libraries

The Sheridan County Library System will be welcoming local author Craig Johnson to their branches for his annual holiday reading. Zola Shockley, System Programming Coordinator, shares more.

Wreaths Across America in Sheridan

The Republican Women of Sheridan County, the Civil Air Patrol, and local volunteers are working hard to ensure that Veterans laid to rest at the Sheridan Municipal Cemetery, Mount Hope Cemetery in Bighorn, and Little Piney Cemetery in Story are honored on National Wreaths Across America Day this Dec

Gordon Elected As 33rd Governor of Wyoming

Mark Gordon

Mark Gordon of Buffalo became the 33rd Governor of the State of Wyoming after winning the general election Tuesday.

Fort Phil Kearny's 'Full Moon Fort' This Weekend

Misty Stoll

This Friday and Saturday, Fort Phil Kearny near Story will be hosting their sixth annual “Full Moon Fort.”

New Fish Culturist at Story Fish Hatchery

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Alysia Henderson recently joined the Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s Story Fish Hatchery as a fish culturist.

Library Board Formally Approves Story Library Expansion

A proposal for expansion of the Story Branch Library received formal approval from Sheridan County Public Libraries trustees in their meeting Wednesday night.

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