We previously reported on a petition making its way around Sheridan with the goal of overturning the city council's decision to fluoridate the municipal water supply.

With temperatures hovering near 90, that didn't discourage the crowds that showed up for the second of the 3rd Thursdays held in downtown Sheridan. A welcome addition, the Sheridan Farmer's Market moved from Whitney Commons to the block that runs from Grinnell Plaza to Broadway.

MobileHealthWare of Sheridan has received a 1st place award by a panel of health care information technology experts for their innovative mobile software application.

UPDATE 6:12 p.m. During his Thursday visit with host of Public Pulse, Kim Love, Sheridan College President Paul Young discussed the details surrounding the $15.85 million bond issue that will come before the voters in a special election on August 20.

The University of Wyoming's educational outreach program to different corners of the state, called Saturday University, is making an appearance in Sheridan this weekend.

The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees and newly instituted president, Bob Sternberg, kicked off a two-day stay in Sheridan with a meet and greet on Wednesday night at the Powder Horn Golf Club.

The Free Ride Home Program as well as Tipsy Taxi helped to keep the number of DUI arrests low in Sheridan during rodeo weekend's street dances. Sheridan Police Department Lieutenant, Chris Dahmke, explains.

The Northern Wyoming Community College District met for their monthly meeting Wednesday. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was there and has the story.

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