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SAWS Approves Loan Documents

The Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board took a step closer to securing an $837,000 loan Wednesday night with acceptance and execution of the loan documents.

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This year, the flu season is shaping up to be one of the worse seasons in years. Forty-six states have been hit with the flu with December-February being the hardest hit months.

Y Summer Camp Sign Brochures To Be Released Soon

With the recent below zero temperatures many are looking towards the warmth of the summer months.

CTG’s “The Father” Offers Glimpse at Life with Dementia

On Friday, the Sheridan Civic Theater Guild will present their next show “The Father” for the first time. This work gives the audience insight into what it is like to be diagnosed with or be a family member of someone who has dementia.

Elvis is in the WYO

On Saturday, Elvis will be in the building as impersonator Joseph Hall will perform his Rock N’ Remember Tribute act on the Sheridan WYO Theater stage.

Commissioners Consider Federal, State Funding for Project at Airport

The Sheridan County Commissioners met for their regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

City Seeking Funding for Several Hill Slides

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The City of Sheridan has taken the next step in addressing several hill slides in town that continue to get worse.

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WILDLIFE-CAUGHT ON CAMERA

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Photos taken by motion-detecting wildlife cameras are yielding serious science as well as amusing photos of animals.

Kinskey Gives Update On Lake DeSmet Water Rights

State Senator Dave Kinskey (R-Sheridan) during his discussion with the Buffalo City Council Monday night, gave an update on where the proposed purchase of water rights in Lake DeSmet by the state stands now, and what needs to be done to educate legislators as to why it may be a good idea for the state to do so.

County Health Officer: Flu Widespread, Vaccine Good Match

Johnson County Health Officer Dr. Mark Schueler, in his quarterly report to the Board of Health Tuesday, said influenza is widespread in both the state and in Johnson County, but this year's vaccine appears to be a good match for the strain seen so far.

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