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December 27th

IRS Recommendations on What to Do Before the Tax Year Ends

As the end of the year approaches, the Internal Revenue Service is reminding taxpayers of things that they should start doing now, to prepare for the filing season ahead. December 31st is the last day to take actions that will impact your 2016 tax returns.

County Engineer: Roads in 'Pretty Good Shape'

Sheridan County roads are in pretty good shape, according to County Engineer Ken Muller.

Vehicle Fire Reported

Law enforcement and fire trucks from two departments responded to a report of a vehicle fire on Coffeen Avenue south of Sheridan Monday afternoon.

Looking back at 2016: Beyond the Obvious

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When I look back on 2016, it seems to me that Wyoming people need to face a true reality check.

It is time for people to realize that the current “bust” might be what we should be considering the “new normal” here in the Cowboy State.

Year in Review: First Quarter of 2016

We begin our Year in Review today with a look back at some of the top news stories of 2016.

December 26th

9-1-1 Should Be Used Only For an Emergency

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Sheridan Police Department officials want to remind residents that 9-1-1 should be used only if there is an emergency.

Wyoming News Update

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Here is the latest Wyoming news from The Associated Press

Submissions Being Accepted for Show at SAGE

Submissions of art for the 7th annual Juried Show at the SAGE Community Arts gallery will be accepted through Jan. 10.

College Trustees Schedule Work Session

Trustees of the Northern Wyoming Community College District will hold a winter work session next week at Sheridan College.

Christmas Storm Blankets NE Wyoming

The Christmas snow storm that hit northeast Wyoming over the weekend and into early Monday blanketed the area in a lot of snow and closed roads throughout the corner of the state, but mid-day Monday saw residents and visitors alike pitching in to begin digging out, getting the roads open and getting life at least somewhat back to normal.