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As Sheridan Media reported earlier, the city of Sheridan and Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board will start the process this year to replace 9,000 water meters that serve customers of the city and rural water systems.

Senate File 32, a bill that specifies how video from police body cameras is made public, has been signed into law by Governor Matt Mead. The bill gives law enforcement the option to release video footage although does not require them to.

It’s Girl Scout Week and yes, those cookies have arrived, but Girl Scouts is so much more than cookies according to Unit Manager Jean Harm.

Sheridan's city council members will be asked next week to approve part of the Kendrick Park master plan and table another part pending additional meetings.

Earlier this month, a three judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia recognized Wyoming’s wolf management plan should be upheld.

Final planning is in full swing for the 2017 NABO, or North American Basque Organization's National Festival, to be held in Buffalo this summer.

One of the highlights of the 4-H year is the annual 4-H Carnival.

Help with everything from financing and building your new home to interior decoration, furnishings and landscaping is available at this year's Home Show at Sheridan's Holiday Inn.

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