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Sure there's a scientific reason why many species of trees change colors in the fall.

A spooky stroll through a battleground at the foot of the Big Horns given by costumed characters telling grizzly tales is what’s in store for the brave souls who take the full moon tour at Fort Phil Kearney on Saturday night. Site Superintendent Misty Stoll gave us a preview.

The City of Sheridan has just released an app and web-based service that will help residents stay informed about recycling and trash collection, in an effort to garner more recycling. City Recycling Coordinator Darla Franklin explains.

The PTO for Story Elementary School went all out for their Fall Festival and Chili Cook-Off, plus a chili/hot dog supper and the best part...it was a free.

Area history was the topic of a meeting in Sheridan Thursday night. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair has the story.

by Gregory Nickerson | WyoFile.com

Wyoming’s new data trespass laws are unconstitutional, violating free speech, equal protection and other basic freedoms, according to a lawsuit filed by conservation, animal welfare, and media groups in U.S. District Court on Sept. 29.

An open house was held Wednesday by the City of Sheridan and Sheridan County to update the public on changes to the Joint Land Use Plan that was adopted by both the city and the county in 2009.

Two Sheridan Police Officers were promoted Wednesday during a ceremony at Sheridan’s City Hall. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter was there and has the story.

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