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New Home Found at College for Lion-Dogs

Lion-dog statue photo-shopped into new location in the Whitney Building at Sheridan College. (Courtesy photo)

A new home has been found at Sheridan College for the two lion-dog statues that once stood at the entrance to Sheridan's Kendrick Park.

Sheridan PD Warns Residents of IRS Scam

Several residents of Sheridan County have reported receiving phone calls from someone claiming to be an IRS employee according to the Sheridan Police Department.

Habitat for Humanity’s Wolf Creek Wrangle a Success

Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns hosted their Wolf Creek Wrangle on Saturday at Eaton’s Ranch. Habitat’s Executive Director Christine Christophersen, said attendance was up this year.

4th Annual Joey’s Fall Fly Draws 18 Teams

Photo Credit: E Bar K Photography

Over the weekend, the 4th Annual Joey’s Fall Fly event brought 18 teams to participate from around the state. Executive Director of Joey’s Foundation Sheila Blackburn, talked about the turnout.

Commissioners Authorize Hiring in Treasurer's Office

Sheridan County commissioners Monday approved hiring a full-time person in the county treasurer's office to replace an employee who is leaving.

City Council to Receive Update on Lion Dogs and Welcome New Junior Council

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Sheridan Mayor John Heath (Photo by Ron Richter)

A swearing in ceremony will take place at tonight’s Sheridan City Council meeting, as the Council will welcome several new Junior Council members. Sheridan Mayor John Heath.

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A Look Back in Time: Sept. 19, 1916

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 Sept. 19, 1916.