Take a First Day Hike Friday

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The Trail End State Historic Site in Sheridan will be participating in a twenty-year-old national initiative New Year’s Day that’s designed to encourage not only a healthy and active lifestyle, but an appreciation for the nation’s parks and historic sites.

Classic Westerns on the Big Screen

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The Classic Western Film Series returns to the WYO Theater in Sheridan Sunday afternoon at 2 with the first of four western films that will be showcased on the big screen.

Two Sheridan Businesses Receive Recognition From True West Magazine

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Two Sheridan businesses have recently received recognition from True West Magazine, the world’s oldest, continuously published western American magazine.

Senior Center, Dayton Offer New Year's Eve Events

The Senior Center in Sheridan and the community hall in Dayton will be the scene of New Year's Eve parties Thursday.

Conservator 'Highly Recommends' That Lion Dogs be Inside

A Colorado conservator with expertise in Asian art, says he “highly recommends” that the lion dogs at the entrance to Kendrick Park be placed in an indoor setting to stop them from deteriorating.

Dayton to be Focus of History Talk

The early days of Dayton will be the focus of the next Conversations in History program at Sheridan's Senior Center.

Dayton Changes Meeting Times

Dayton's town council will meet at a new time next week.

A Look Back in Time: Dec. 30, 1915

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Dec. 30, 1915.

Tips for Planning Next Year’s Vacation

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Dirlene Wheeler was a recent visitor on our news talk show Public Pulse. Sharing her adventures during her recent year-long travel across the country with her husband Neil, she offered these travel tips for those planning vacations this next year.

Christmas Tree Disposal

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The City of Sheridan has several drop-off sites around town where those looking to dispose of their Christmas trees can do so. City Solid Waste Manager Charles Martineau explains what should, and shouldn’t be dropped off at the green waste dropsites.

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