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Celebrating Ice Cream

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Wednesday was National Ice Cream Day and the Sheridan Senior Center celebrated in style. Activity Director Jane Perkins was dishing up ice cream sundaes and explained.

DSA Members Receive Report on Year of Activities

The Downtown Sheridan Association will make Main Street a destination for locals and tourists by hosting 26 downtown events in the community.

Dayton Day’s Events Start Friday

The 41st Annual Dayton Days celebration in Dayton will take place on Friday and Saturday. Craig Reichert, Chairman of Dayton Days, explained that everything kicks off with a cowpie.

Lodgepole Complex Fires: Here’s How You Can Help

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The Lodgepole Complex Fires near Jordan, Montana have already destroyed over 270,000 acres of public and private lands with less than 50% of the blaze contained. This disaster has affected area residents and in some cases, families have lost everything.

Ice Cream with a Cop

As part of their effort to be transparent and approachable, the Sheridan Police Department have scheduled a new event for the community on Saturday.

City to Apply for Grant to Extend Pathways

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The City of Sheridan is seeking grant funding that would allow for a pathway extension and connection from the North Park Natural Area to the New North Sheridan I-90 Interchange Pathway Plan that the Wyoming Department of Transportation has proposed for the new interchange area.

New Officer Sworn In at City Hall

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A swearing-in ceremony was held Tuesday at Sheridan’s City Hall to welcome a new officer to the Sheridan Police Department. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter was there and has the details.

Author Talks New Book

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Author C.J. Box from Wyoming has a new book out entitled “Paradise Valley”, the third installment in the Cassie Dewell series.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.

UNEMPLOYMENT RATE

The rate is down significantly from May's 4.1 percent.

Sheridan County Fair Events Start Friday

Events for this year's Sheridan County Fair start Friday at the Sheridan County Extension office, and Jamie Ringley, who's facilities manager of the county fairgrounds, says he's excited about the prospects for a good fair this year.

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