Weatherby comes to Sheridan thanks to efforts of many

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After 70 years headquartered in California, American firearms manufacturer Weatherby Inc. broke ground on a new home base here in early April. There is a reason this world-famous company moved to Sheridan. In front of distinguished guests including Gov. Matt … Read More

Legerski’s moved to 131 W Brundage

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Jimmy Legerski  is a 3rd generation native of Sheridan.  His grandfather arrived in 1920, with the coal miners who made North Main Street a center of commerce.  Ever since that time, the Legerski name has been synonymous with award winning … Read More

Welcome Lee Metal Works to NMA!

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Alex Lee is a multi-faceted fellow, business owner/operator by day and Sheridan City Councilor by night.  Lee Metal Works provides HVAC and refrigeration sales, installation and service to businesses and residences throughout Sheridan and covering  a wide area including Gillette … Read More

Welcome Jennifer Reed, CPA

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Jennifer Reed is Wyoming through and through.  A Sheridan native, she graduated from the University of Wyoming with her CPA and returned home to become City Treasurer.  She resigned from this position in 2014 to become a partner in the … Read More

Weatherby Groundbreaking – Sheridan Media

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A groundbreaking ceremony was held Friday afternoon in Sheridan for a building that will be home to firearms manufacturer Weatherby, Inc. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.    Weatherby President Adam Weatherby, and Wyoming Governor Matt Mead were on hand … Read More

Weatherby, Vacutech move forward with projects

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SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority ratified contracts for work on the Weatherby, Inc. project. The group approved Sheridan’s Dick Anderson Construction to preside over the project as construction manager at risk. Each ratification of the contract … Read More

Weatherby announces move to Sheridan

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SHERIDAN — While other communities have tried, Sheridan has proven successful in recruiting niche manufacturing firms to move to the area. Tuesday, Adam Weatherby announced plans to move his family’s well-known firearms manufacturing company to Sheridan, adding an additional 65-90 jobs … Read More

North End Utilities Project

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The City of Sheridan will move forward in applying for a state grant to help fund a utilities project in the area where the new North Main Interchange will be located. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details. Following approval of … Read More

WYDOT: New North Main Interchange to open Thursday

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WYDOT originally advertised the opening for Wednesday, but late in the day Tuesday WYDOT staff decided to delay the opening. When the new interchange opens, traffic will be routed onto the new North Main Street alignment and new interchange bridge. … Read More

North Main Association suggests master plan

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SHERIDAN — State Sen. Dave Kinskey, R-Sheridan, and members of the North Main Association suggested combining the scattered North Main development plans into one comprehensive and updated master plan before the Optional One-Cent Sales Tax and Capital Facilities Taxes go … Read More

SEEDA approves first step in Vacutech expansion

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SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority Joint Powers Board approved $22,000 for grant-writing management to expand Vacutech at the High Tech Business Park during its meeting Tuesday. City of Sheridan Planning Director Robert Briggs said the project, … Read More

2017 Spring Report

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Spring 2017 Report from the North Main Association We are happy to report that the North I90 Interchange project is well ahead of schedule and the new interchange is slated to be operational this coming October. Moyle Petroleum (Common Cents) … Read More

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