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Customer Service is the Goal

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Last month we reported on the City of Sheridan's initiative to improve customer service at City Hall by merging employees from several departments to form a Customer Service Division.

Sheridan Inn Restaurant to Open Soon

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When the Sheridan Inn in Sheridan came under new ownership last year, plans were made to upgrade the historic hotel to its former glory, which included a restaurant.

City Continues Snow Route Alert

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The City of Sheridan is continuing the Snow Route Alert tonight and requests that all cars and vehicles be removed from the street by 10 this evening so that crews can remove snow throughout the overnight. A list of the streets that will be affected has been attached below.

Fish Restoration Focus of Ag Meeting

Restoration of native fish to Clear Creek was the topic of this week's Ag and Natural Resources Committee.

Hospital Employees Celebrate and Pick Project

Employee partners of the Sheridan Memorial Hospital Foundation ate breakfast, signed up for door prizes and voted on how they wanted their donations to the foundation spent on Tuesday morning. Employees who donate to the foundation contributed about $25,000 this year.

UPDATE: Shooting Victim Taken to Billings

The victim of Monday's shooting on Murphy Gulch Road has been flown to a Billings hospital for treatment.

Commission Turns Down Road Request

The residents of Sheridan County dodged a million dollar bullet to the pocket book this morning when their commissioners voted not to approve a notice of intent to establish a six mile stretch of a little used private road bordering Johnson County as a Sheridan County road.

Man Suffers Gunshot Wound, Case Under Investigation

UPDATE: Local authorities are still investigating the shooting incident that happened Monday morning that left a man injured.

Some Ideas for the Late, Late Wyoming Christmas Shopper

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Sometimes, just sending folks a piece of Wyoming can suffice, even if it is a small one.

A Look Back in Time: Nov. 29, 1914

Sheridan County's population will immediately increase as soon as construction of a sugar beet plant here is definitely announced.

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