TROOPER BASEBALL – The Sheridan Troopers host two double headers this weekend tomorrow against the Billings Royals they play Laurel, Montana Sunday both double headers start at 1:00. Head coach Ben Phillips says these two
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The Sheridan Police Department has partnered with the Sheridan County Dog and Cat Shelter to give the public an opportunity to get to know Sheridan officers and some furry friends that need a new home.
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AMERICAN LEGION BASEBALL – Trooper baseball fans will get a full weekend of action the Troops will two very good double headers Saturday against the Billings Royals they will play the Laurel, Montana Dodgers Sunday