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Sheridan is a city in Sheridan County, Wyoming, United States. The population was 15,804 at the 2000 census. It is the county seat of Sheridan County.
Sheridan is mentioned (rather briefly) in Douglas Adams' final work, The Salmon of Doubt. It is, in the book, a place where scientists think an asteroid will strike. Whether or not the asteroid actually does will never be known; Adams died before he finished the book.
According to a coalition of students and residents, the best time to visit Sheridan is between the middle of May and the second week in June. This is when most of the shrubbery and trees are a vibrant green. Soon after this small window of time however the flora of the local area die off and leave the landscape a single shade of brown.
Sheridan has been named the number one Western Town in America. The judges noted that Sheridan has several historic districts and dozens of historic sites-and hosts numerous Western events each year.
It has raised a million dollars for a new history museum, scheduled to open in 2006. And renovation work continues on the historic Sheridan Inn, where Buffalo Bill Cody auditioned acts for his Wild West show in the 1890s.
True West Executive Editor Bob Boze Bell traveled to Sheridan to present the award to local officials on January 28, 2006.
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