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Police Chief Talks About Broadway Standoff

Sheridan Police Chief Rich Adriaens talked about the Broadway Street standoff and lessons learned from the incident in a presentation before Sheridan's Rotary Club Friday afternoon.

Bebout: “Silent Majority”Opposes Tax Increases

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WyoFile.com- The powerful president of the Wyoming Senate, who led successful opposition to new revenue for education four months ago, told key lawmakers last week he remains opposed to new taxes.

Boating Regulations

With summer in full swing, many community members are enjoying their boats.

Bike with a Cop

School is out and kids are riding their bikes around town, soaking up the summer sun. According to Sheridan Police Lt.

4th Of July in the Bighorns

If you are planning on enjoying Independence Day in the Bighorn National Forest this year, the Forest Service has a few important safety reminders to help you enjoy the holiday. Make sure to check the weather forecast and b prepared for afternoon thunderstorms, lightning, and high winds.

CoWork at the Montgomery

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A new shared working environment has recently opened in downtown Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Governor Commends Decision on Yellowstone Grizzly Bears

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The US Fish and Wildlife Service announced Thursday that grizzly bears in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem have sufficiently recovered and will be returned to state management, thus removing the animals from endangered species protection.

Masons Plan Dedication for Hallmark Building

Sheridan Masons are making plans for a dedication and cornerstone-laying next fall when renovations of the old Hallmark building are completed.

Gatchell's Living History Day Saturday In Buffalo

The Johnson County Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum's Living History Day is Saturday and will feature many exhibits outside and free admission to the museum all day.

PMO Happy With City's Work On Liquor Ordinance

The Prevention Management Organization of Wyoming is pleased with the work by the city council and others in drafting changes to the city's liquor licensing and enforcement Ordinance, according to Bill Hawley, Community Prevention Specialist with the PMO in Buffalo.

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