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'Longmire' Author Makes Appearances in Local Area

The historic Occidental Hotel in Buffalo will host a book reading Saturday night for local author Craig Johnson, who is the writer of the Longmire Series of novels.

A Look Back in Time: Dec. 18, 1914

Sheridan schools closed this afternoon for the two-weeks holiday vacation.

Coffeen Elementary Presents "A Critter's Christmas"

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Photo by Hannah Stepenoff.

A local elementary school had its annual Christmas concert. Hannah Stepenoff was there and has the story.

City Considers Curbside Recycling Costs

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We reported this week that the City of Sheridan may implement a city-wide curbside recycling program. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more on the story.

City Council Hears From Clean Water Sheridan

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The issue of fluoridating the City of Sheridan's water supply was once again brought before the City Council this week. During the public comment period of the Council's most recent meeting, a representative of Clean Water Sheridan spoke on the groups behalf.

Rocky Mountain to Stand By at Rec District Games

Rocky Mountain Ambulance will provide an ambulance and/or an attendant at all Little Guy Football games next year under an agreement approved by Sheridan's Recreation District.

UPDATE: Extra Funding Comes Through for Ranchester School

A new Tongue River Elementary school will be built in Ranchester.

‘Ascension’ Actress Took Break from Filming in Buffalo

Tricia Helfer, with friend Katee Sackhoff behind, visited with locals before the ride in Buffalo. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

Local fans of the TV miniseries “Ascension” that’s airing this week, nationwide, are possibly connecting with the actors more than usual, or at least one in particular.

Victim of Shooting Identified

The man who was shot in an incident on Murphy Gulch Road on Monday has been identified as forty-six-year-old Richard L. Fipps of Sheridan.

Chamber Seeks Nominations for Outstanding Leaders

Chamber CEO Dixie Johnson is a regular guest on Sheridan Media's Public Pulse. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce is now seeking nominations for its Chamber Business Awards that honor outstanding business leaders.