Archive - May 15, 2012

Old Red Barns

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Photo by Stacey Ellenwood Photography

Prescribed Burn Sends Smoke High Above the Big Horns

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Prescribed Burn Sends Smoke High Above the Big Horns

A phone call to the Bighorn National Forest Office confirmed that a prescribed burn in the Woodrock area of the Bighorn National Forest is what caused the smoke plume above the Big Horn Mountains late Tuesday afternoon. The prescribed burn is expected to produce smoke over the next several days.

G&F Seeks Information in Poaching Case

Game and Fish Information Specialist Warren Mischke

The Wyoming Game and Fish is seeking information about a poaching incident that occurred late last week in Sheridan County. Game and Fish Information Specialist Warren Mischke.

Sheridan County Supports Lake DeSmet, G&F Negotiations

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Sheridan County Commissioner Bob Rolston

Lake DeSmet Counties Coalition Administrator Edith Johnson-LaMeres provided the Sheridan County Commissioners with an in depth update on Lake DeSmet Tuesday.

May 15th - Peace Officers Memorial Day

The flags at the Police and Sheriff's Department as well as many others around Sheridan were at half staff on Tuesday as a reminder for all Americans of the service of our safety officers who work on a daily basis protecting our citizens, enforcing our laws and keeping our neighborhoods safe.

Public Pulse - Tuesday 05/15/12

Human Resource Management / The Food Group w/Amy Albrecht

Design Plans for New North Main McDonald's Approved

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City of Sheridan Planning Director Robert Briggs

The City of Sheridan Planning Commission gave their approval to landscaping and building design plans for a new McDonald's at 2590 North Main Street in Sheridan. The new building will replace the current McDonald's at that location.

Public Pulse - Monday 05/14/12

Free Clinic Fun Run / Sheridan Community Land Trust

Land Trust Receives Grant From Montana Foundation

Land Trust Receives Grant From Montana Foundation

Last week we told you about the Sheridan Community Land Trust receiving a couple of grants that will allow them to expand recreation in Sheridan County.

City Council Receives Update on Capital Improvement Plan

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City of Sheridan Engineer Lane Thompson

The City of Sheridan Public Works Department went over their Capital Improvement Plan Monday during the City Council's latest budget work session. The City has $12 million budgeted for capital projects in the upcoming fiscal year.