The switch was flipped on the decorative lighting Wednesday that adorns North Main Street in Sheridan, and that is also part of the North Main reconstruction project. Electrofab was the company with whom the City of Sheridan contracted to install the decorative lighting that will be very reminiscent of the lighting along Main Street in Downtown.
The Sheridan Recreation District has been at the old Woodland Park School since late spring of this year. Has the transition from the old Highland Park School to Woodland affected the usage numbers? Somewhat says Sheridan Recreation District Director Richard Wright.
64-year-old James Mack of Sheridan now faces a felony charge for allegedly beating a fawn to death in his front yard this past July. Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Dianna Bennett said that the original charge of cruelty to animals has been changed to a Felony Beating or Torture of an Animal charge.
The last 3rd Thursday Street Festival in downtown Sheridan is just about upon us, as it is set for Thursday evening. Downtown Sheridan Association Director Stacie Coe says that they have another great lineup of music planned for the final event and a special cooking competition.
Officers with the Sheridan Police Department, along with Sheridan County Sheriff's Deputies responded late Tuesday afternoon to a report of a man in the north Sheridan area who reportedly had a gun and was making threatening calls to the V.A.
A hybrid in every garage is the mantra behind a new campaign by more than a dozen environmental groups to increase the car fuel efficiency standard to 60 miles per gallon. The Sierra Club and other groups are asking for better fuel efficiency standards for medium and heavy-duty trucks starting in 2014, and a 60 mpg standard for cars by 2025.