Sheridan County Yellow Pages

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Sheridan Overview

Sheridan County, known as the Jewel of Wyoming, is located halfway between Mount Rushmore and Yellowstone Park. This town was initially settled by farmers from Midwestern states and later, many people from different countries came here, searching for jobs in agriculture, coal mines, and the railroads. Agriculture filled an important role in Sheridan’s early economy. Businesses operating in Sheridan represent a wide variety of industries, such as mining, manufacturing, real estate, and others, which you can also check and get contact information of related industries at

Popular Tourism & Things to Do

Due to proximity to U.S Route 14 and Interstate 90, this place becomes a perfect travel stop for many. In 2006 and 2007, the town ranked 6th among the best western towns in the United States due to the beautiful and serene national forest, spanning over 1.1 million acres of area. The city maintains 9 parks, museums, historical districts, and many other attractions where you can spend leisure time with families. Every year, the city also hosts a Rodeo festival which includes parade, carnival, golf tournament, polo game and different activities to attract tourists towards it find all this information and more at

Sheridan Economy

Agricultural was the major source of Sheridan’s economy where the early industries associated with this category included logging, cattle farming, sugar beet refinery, flour mill, and others. Today, the local businesses draw upon and contribute to this great western setting and small town dynamic, offering employment in different fields, such as nearby coal mining, health care, education, banking & law, and more. You can get contact numbers of the businesses in these industries from

Transportation & Infrastructure

The city has a strong yet well-managed transportation infrastructure network, including local bus service, Sheridan’s Airport, railroad, and other transportation resources creates numerous import export opportunities in the region.

Education in Sheridan County

The city is well-organized with a top education system where the public education is provided by Sheridan County School with different elementary and high schools. The residents of Sheridan can also enjoy post-secondary education with Sheridan College. They also have a public library, which is a branch of Sheridan County System. If you want to acquire contact information of listed schools, libraries, and businesses, just visit

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