Sheridan firefighters, law enforcement, and other first responders met with community members to honor those lost on September 11, 2001.
A moment of silence was held at 7:58 a.m. in front of the Sheridan Fire Station.
After the ceremony emergency personnel reflected on the significance of the day with the dozens of people who attended.
Sheridan's Fire Chief Terry Lenhart says it is important that first responders everywhere, whether they are in New York City or a small Wyoming town, remember those lost 12 years ago.
"We need to take this moment to come together and recognize the loss that we had on that day and where we move forward," said Lenhart.
Lenhart says Sheridan Fire-Rescue has held the remembrance ceremony on this date every year since 2002.