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Council Approves Water and Sewer Rate Increase

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The Sheridan City Council approved a utility rate increase for water and sewer service for the coming year. The action came Monday night during the regularly scheduled City Council meeting.

Man Suffers Gunshot Wound, Case Under Investigation

UPDATE: As reported earlier, the Sheridan County Sheriff's Office is still investigating a shooting incident that happened Monday morning on Murphy Gulch Road.

Chamber Bucks Winners Named

Stroll Elf Teresa Hamilton, $250 Get Caught Shopping Winner Lori Clark, And Stroll Elf Mary Kay Liggett at Sheridan Stationary (Photo Courtesy of Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce)

More than a dozen Sheridan people have won from $25 to $250 in Chamber Bucks because they were “caught” wearing their Christmas Stroll buttons in recent weeks.

Memorial Hospital Has 'Strong Team' of Doctors

Ten years ago, hospitals didn't routinely hire doctors as members of the staff.

Patrol Donates to Sheridan Media's Christmas Wish

Wyoming Highway Patrol Trooper Kelly Broad of Sheridan stopped by the station to give us the news. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

The local members of the Wyoming Highway Patrol Association have decided to donate their portion of a statewide fund-raising campaign to Sheridan Media's Christmas Wish Campaign.

City Announces Priority Snow Route Alert

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The City of Sheridan has announced that a priority snow route alert will go into effect this evening at 10. The city is requesting that all cars and trailers be removed from the roadways tonight by 10, to allow city crews to plow and remove snow throughout the overnight.

Red Grade Road Closes for Season

Red Grade Road, a popular access road into the Big Horn Mountains, has now closed for the season to vehicle traffic.

Postal Service Says Not Too Late for Christmas Packages

Today is the deadline for standard mail packages to reach their destination by Christmas, according to the U.S. Postal Service.

Sheridan Student Wins Academic Challenge Scholarship

Dr. Ami Erickson presented medals to the Sheridan students, who are, from left, Lacklan Brennan, Adam Verdeyen, Cody Perkins and Joe Klebba. (Photo submitted)

Lacklan Brennan of Sheridan High School was named the outstanding individual not on a winning team during the Wyoming Academic Challenge earlier this month held at Sheridan College in Sheridan.

Wyoming Medicaid Expansion Plan Faces Headwinds

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By Gregory Nickerson

Four years into his term as Wyoming governor, Matt Mead (R) has endorsed a plan to expand Medicaid to cover an estimated 17,600 uninsured adults in the state.