ERA Carroll Realty Co., Inc. has been serving Sheridan Wyoming home owners, ranchers and business people since 1913. Sheridan's ERA Realtors strive to provide progressive marketing plans for the seller while providing the most caring service to the buyer, creating a winning solution in your Wyoming and Montana real estate transaction.
We are a cohesive group of design professionals, technicians, and consultants in business to provide quality architecture, engineering, and land surveying services to the benefit of our private and public sector clients, to the benefit of the communities where we live and work, and to the benefit of our employees. Our corporate headquarters is located in beautiful Sheridan, Wyoming at the foot of the Big Horn Mountains. We do business through multiple locations including offices in Wyoming and Colorado.
Established in 1908, BHJ Realty, Inc. sets the standard for real estate sales in northern Wyoming. Since its affiliation with Century 21 Real Estate LLC in 1978, CENTURY 21 BHJ Realty, Inc. has continued a reputation for trustworthy, knowledgeable service in a highly competitive market. Listing more top quality Sheridan Wyoming Real Estate, Big Horn Real Estate, Story Real Estate, Ranchester Real Estate , and Dayton Real Estate, Land and Ranch properties than any regional competitor, our office is a thriving, vibrant place of business, with a superior team assembled from varied backgrounds. At CENTURY 21 BHJ Realty, Inc., we chalk our success up to unrivaled management and sales teams, who face each new challenge with a spirit of community and service.
CHAPS was founded in August, 2003 and was originally established as a Therapeutic Riding Program to serve children and adults with special needs. We are a member in good standing with the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International (PATH), a global authority and advocate for equine-assisted activities and therapies that inspire and enrich the human spirit. Over the years our program has expanded to offer Equine Assisted Activities and Equine Facilitated Learning. Our participants now include, not only individuals, but also groups of Veterans from the Sheridan VA Medical Center and at-Risk youth from Fort MacKenzie High School.
We offer vocational rehabilitation training for the Compensated Work Therapy program at the Sheridan VA Medical Center and the Wyoming Department of Vocational Rehabilitation. CHAPS also provides community service opportunities for non-violent offenders from the Sheridan County Justice System·
The benefits of human-horse interaction have been well known for many years. Equine Assisted Therapy or 'Horse Therapy' can be highly rewarding and works on several different levels. It can be a physical benefit, for example, riders can build core strength, increase flexibility and improve balance. On a mental-emotional level, working with the horses can help people achieve emotional growth and learning.
Our professional staff and volunteers work closely with riders to ensure safe riding sessions and increase a rider's confidence. A new rider is generally assisted by two side-walkers who walk alongside the horse, as well as a horse leader. CHAPS' instructors have a strong equine background, as well as an understanding of various disabilities.
Therapeutic ground-work sessions are a collaborative effort between a licensed clinical therapist and an equine professional who work directly with participants and the horses. By addressing challenges like leading a horse through a maze, or creating an obstacle that must be encountered and overcome, they get to see the new ways of coping in their own lives. Participants may relate these experiences to obstacles they are having in their own life and see they have the power to personal resources to effect change
Cottonwood Shop is located in historic downtown Sheridan. Downtown Sheridan evokes the heritage of the west, but offers modern, yet quaint shops among the completely renovated main street. Cottonwood Shop started in October of 1996 at 37 South Main Street as a kitchen retail business. After a successful four years of business Cottonwood Shop moved to a larger location at 129 North Main Street, where they are presently located. At this time the store expanded into bed and bath. Cottonwood Shop opened its doors to serve the needs of the community where quality and service was the commitment to each and every customer. We want to ignite the desire in our customers to care for their homes and families in this busy and hectic world with the finest home products available.
The Cowboy State Bank slogan is "Banking the Cowboy Way" – which to them and their customers means banking with honesty, integrity, and diligence. And they’re a community bank, which is exactly what many of their customers want.
And the bank continues its community involvement and sponsorships – in organizations like the Sheridan County Chamber, Sheridan WYO Rodeo, Sheridan College Rodeo events, Rotary Downtown Sheridan Association, Tongue River Valley Community Center, School District events, the Library, Boy Scouts, and Keystone Awards. That’s what a "community bank" is all about.
In 1996, when I was 50, we purchased a historic building on main street in Sheridan, Wyoming (120 N. Main, First Bank in Sheridan, built in 1894). We completely remodeled the building and I knew I wanted to have a store in there that made people smile and enjoy. We went out to dinner with about twelve friends and I told them all what I had purchased and that I need a name, something Trading Co. Everyone suggested names, however when Steve Maier (our College President) threw out Crazy Woman, everyone laughed, but I knew instantly that was the name and so my company began. We were a very eclectic store, selling whatever was fun, artistic and interesting! And our logo clothing became a hit. Whatever I would put "Crazy Woman" on would sell.
I was often asked to judge chili cook-off contents and never liked the chili, so I developed my own recipe, "Crazy Woman Chili". It is a spicy chili you crave. We still make it and it has won several awards.
Many of you will remember Murphy, our CEO, yellow lab. She was with us for 13 years, at the store everyday. People would come in just to see her. We miss her everyday.
When my daughter Lisa married and moved to Montana, I sold her that territory and she owns and operates Crazy Woman Trading Co. in Big Timber, MT. She is a wonderful jewelry artist and the mother of my two grandchildren, Emily and Paul. Please visit her store at 230 McLeod St. (main street). You won't be disappointed!
My other daughter, Paula is very involved doing our web pages and designing. I couldn't do it without her assistance and creativity.
My Crazy Woman company has indeed been a joy for my family. My husband Willis is a wonderful support and partner.
Thank you to all my wonderful customers who have become friends. Keep those "Crazy Woman" clothing pictures coming.
Tired of retirement - we're back.
Stop in at our new location, 134 N. Main Street in historic downtown Sheridan, Wyoming. We hope to see you soon!
With over a century of legal experience, Crowley Fleck PLLP serves clients in Montana, North Dakota, and Wyoming and is committed to providing the highest quality legal service in a timely and cost-effective manner.
By offering a full menu of integrated brokerage, capital markets, money management, trust and wealth management services, Davidson Companies has grown to become one of the nation
Here at D & J Coins we have been providing high quality rare coins for collectors- from Cents to Dollars including Type, Tokens and some “off the beaten path” coins, for over 35 years. We attend a number of coin shows each year and strive to find high quality rare coins in all grades for our clients. If you have a want list we would be happy to search for those coins in our travels. We are also very interested in purchasing any coins you may have for sale.