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Author Favors Traditional Publishing

Bryan Davis, who's author of more than 20 books, is a proponent of traditional publishing, and the best way to get the attention of a traditional publisher, he says, is to attend writer's conferences.

Sheep Creek Fire Remains Contained

The Sheep Creek Fire in the Tongue River Canyon west of Dayton is still being monitored but remains unchanged from earlier this week.

Nearly 60 People Took Advantage of Shred Fest

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As part of a program to prevent identity theft, the Sheridan library with AARP partnered with Secure Shred of Sheridan to give residents the opportunity Wednesday to securely dispose of any documents and records that might contain personal information.

Patrol Credits WYDOT for Safe Sturgis Traffic

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Troopers with the Wyoming Highway Patrol working Sturgis overflow traffic into Wyoming are crediting pre-planned efforts by the Wyoming Department of Transportation in keeping traffic safe during the 2015 rally.

Program Offers Tips for Success

Business tips for achieving success was the focus of today’s program during the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce luncheon in Sheridan.

Leonardo’s Horse Delivered Safely

An eight-foot tall bronze replica of Leonardo DaVinci’s legendary horse sculpture design was delivered to Sheridan Tuesday morning to stand as sentinel at the corner of Main and Coffeen.

Tuesday’s Concert in the Park

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The Sheridan Concert Band took center stage at the bandshell in Kendrick Park for the weekly Concert in the Park, Tuesday. A family-friendly outdoor concert, Diane Knutson directed the 54-member band and gave a run-down of what they played.

Leonardo's Horse Arrives in Sheridan

"Leonardo's Horse" sculpture to be installed at the Main Street corner with Coffeen across from the Sheridan County Court House in downtown Sheridan was delivered today.

City’s Deer Management Plan Involves Local Hunters

Local police will soon be implementing Sheridan’s deer management plan.

'Smokejumper' Has Sheridan Roots

The eight-person team of smokejumpers from West Yellowstone who were brought in to help fight the Sheep Creek Fire in the Bighorn Mountains west of Dayton have moved on to fight the next fire. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter sat down with one of the smokejumpers who grew up in Sheridan.