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Tipsy Taxi Program Receives Governor's Award

Earlier this month Sheridan Police Chief Richard Adriaens accepted an award on behalf of the City of Sheridan from the Governor's Council on Impaired Driving. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more.

Bid Awarded for Water Line Project

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The Sheridan City Council Monday night unanimously voted to award the bid for the Northwest Water Transmission Line project to Wilson Brothers Construction in the amount of $3.2 million.

Wellness Into the New Year

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The Wellness Council of Sheridan County strives to foster community growth by cultivating the dimensions of wellness. Council Director Michele Fritz says that there is a preconceived notion of the definition of wellness.

Last Minute Christmas Thoughts . . .

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There are many groups of people in Wyoming who could use a little nudge of assistance at this time of year.  Two types that come to mind are the under-employed and the unemployed.

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HEROIN OVERDOSE-CHARGES

Powell man charged in death tied to heroin use

Staff Helps Fund ICU Expanson Project

Funds to expand Sheridan Memorial Hospital's intensive care unit are nearing $190,000, and Hospital Foundation Executive Director Ada Kirven says members of the hospital's staff are helping to make it happen.

Senior Center Observes Anniversary

The Sheridan Senior Center will observe its 40th anniversary over lunchtime Tuesday with a cake, balloons and music from 11 until 1.

Water Line Bid Up for Consideration

The Sheridan City Council will meet for the final time this evening and will consider a bid from Wilson Brothers Construction for the Northwest Water Transmission Line Project.

Foundation Founder Lights-up Ucross

When you think of Ucross, Wyoming, for most people, the first thing that comes to mind is fireworks, but the Christmas celebration that took place there Saturday, might just change those perceptions. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this story.

The Poll Question of the Week

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We all like our privacy and expect others to honor our boundaries. But when it comes down to social media and students, just how far can schools go when looking into student's private lives?

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