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This week between 5 and 9 pm, downtown Sheridan will be the site of the last 3rd Thursday street festival of the year.

In April, the Sheridan Police Department started their “Coffee with a Cop” program, which is a national initiative aimed at connecting police officers with those within the community.

Thirteen millon people have their identity stolen every year by online hackers and scammers.

The Bighorn National Forest has announced that they have several prescribed burn projects planned for the fall. These annual projects are designed to reduce hazardous fuels, improve wildlife habitat and range forage, and treat conifer encroachment.

Most people have many different sources of information such as bank statements that they would not want in the wrong person's hands. That is why there will be a Shred Fest at the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library Wednesday morning.

Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns ReStore facility sells reusable and surplus building materials to the public and uses the generated funds for the construction of Habitat homes.

Mayor Mike Johnson, at their last regular meeting, updated the Buffalo City Council on the latest information on the ongoing Lobban Avenue Reconstruction Project.

Enrollment is up in Sheridan County School District 2 by 51 students over this time last year.

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