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Good roads are a necessity today and we pay taxes to ensure that our highways and roads are maintained. But it was not always this way.In the late 1800s and early 1900s there was no federal, s… [...]

As we learn more about the glymphatic system, it is apparent adequate sleep is crucial to allow enough time to eliminate neurotoxic waste products adequately. Exercise also enhances glymphatic… [...]

You too can transform your difficult conversations into learning conversations by understanding someone else’s point of view. Focus on listening for understanding, not to make your point. [...]

Dave Munsick shares another tale of his life as a musician.  [...]

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As we roll into another wonderful Sheridan summer, The Hub on Smith is kicking off our annual Operation Independence campaign, which helps us meet the ever-increasing need for wraparound servi… [...]

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Downtown Sheridan Association Executive Director Zoila Perry celebrates early success of summer events in her column this week.  [...]

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Effectively handling stress is an important part of creating balance in life and protecting one’s mental and physical health. [...]

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In spite of its reputation with some people, showy milkweed is a wonderful pollinator plant and quite attractive when appropriately sited and its cultural requirements are met. [...]

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Live your summer "out loud" with the Sheridan County YMCA's passport program this summer. [...]

Has the stress of the pandemic caught up to you? Health providers can help you cope. [...]

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Probably one of the questions I get asked the most is, “How much is it worth?” I understand why. Humans are curious creatures and sometimes we just want to know. The answer to this question is… [...]

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Why is age so sensitive? [...]

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Sheridan Memorial Hospital’s Transitional Care Unit is a hospital-based short-term care unit for medically complex patients who are transitioning after a hospital stay. This type of care is re… [...]

Today, impaired driving does not just refer to alcohol but any substance that alters how a person may act. The new rule is if you feel altered by any substance, you should think twice about driving. [...]

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We don’t tourism to come at the expense of quality of life for any of our residents, so we will continue to work with partners like the Forest Service, city, county, Chamber — the list goes on… [...]

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Mandy Fabel shares the benefit of graciously sharing the 640 million acres of open, public land rather than scoffing those utilizing it in a different way.  [...]

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The other day I was getting a pedicure. While there, I observed a couple of ladies and it was evident they had not seen each other in well over a year since COVID began. They were visiting wit… [...]

June is Men’s Health Month, and according to studies, 60% of men don’t consult their physician regularly and 33% are less likely to visit the doctor than women. But one area of men’s health is… [...]

When it comes to indigenous art, an artist responded, an authentic indigenous piece would be one that was created by an artist that is indigenous. In the past, there were many non-Native artis… [...]

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Respond, don’t react. Give more grace than guilt. And above all, be kind. [...]