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Lewis Bridge Workers Keep Water Pumping

A worker on the Lewis Street Bridge project is installing a valve on Marion Street. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

The reconstruction of a bridge in a residential area of Sheridan will not interrupt water service to nearby customers. Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

County Announces Fire Restrictions

Fire restrictions are now in place in Sheridan County. Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

Wyoming Lottery Campaign Kicks Off

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The Wyoming Lottery Corporation today kicked off a comprehensive, statewide, multimedia marketing campaign as part of the countdown toward the initial sale of lottery tickets in Wyoming on August 24.

Hoffman Honored for Service

Pictured, from left, are Debi Isakson, Bruce Hoffman, Steve Smiley and Mary Jo Johnson. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

A local man who spent most of his working career coaching at Sheridan College will be honored the first weekend in August. The man is Bruce Hoffman, who has given 50 years of dedicated service to the college, first as a coach, then as a trustee.

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A Look Back in Time: July 23, 1914

A new telephone system will be organized, connecting the city of Sheridan and the mines north of here.

Sheridan Group Wins Another Blues Challenge

Gary Small, left, and Jobe Jennings playing the blues. (Photo courtesy of Gary Small)

A music group from Sheridan recently won a blues competition in Casper. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Health Officials Concerned Over Rise in Whooping Cough Cases

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Reported cases of pertussis, or whooping cough as it is better known, continue to rise, prompting the Wyoming Department of Health to remind people that it is a vaccine preventable disease.

City Treasurer Provides Financial Update

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City of Sheridan Clerk/Interim Treasurer Scott Badley (Sheridan Media file photo)

City Clerk/Interim Treasurer Scott Badley provided a financial update for the city at Monday night's council meeting. While only one month into the fiscal year, revenues from the sales and use tax are higher than what was anticipated.

Ag Committee Visits Family Farm

Tomatoes in one of the greenhouses at Holliday Family Farm. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Brad Holliday and his family are raising chickens for meat, and growing tomatoes, corn, lettuce, kale and other crops on their farm outside Dayton.