November 17th, 2015

Buffalo Council To Apply For Fire Mitigation Study Grant

Buffalo's water may be safer from wildfires and subsequent damage in the future after the city council approved a grant application to study fire mitigation in the watershed drainages that feed Tie Hack Reservoir, the city's source for municipal drinking water in the Bighorn Mountains above the city.

Johnson County OKs Signing OJJDP Grant Agreement

Johnson County has been awarded an OJJDP (or Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention) Grant for nearly $35,000 and the commissioners approved chairman Jim Hicks to sign the award agreement document at their Tuesday meeting.

A Look Back in Time: Nov. 18, 1915

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Nov. 18, 1915.

Goose Valley Firefighters Called to Decker Road

Goose Valley firefighters were called to Decker Road Monday night for what was originally reported as a structure fire.

Councilman Lee Provided City Council Wrap

Sheridan Councilman Alex Lee stopped by the station this morning to talk about last night’s council meeting on our live news broadcast. News Director Leslie Stratmoen has the wrap.

Gold Wedding Ring

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Gold band wedding ring with Hebrew letters. Please call 406-639-2127 or email

Commission Cancels Nearly $2K Insufficient Checks

Sheridan County commissioners canceled nearly $1,600 in insufficient checks owed to county offices during their meeting this morning.

Tuesday 11-17-15

State Superintendent, Jillian Balow / Sheridan College, DannyLee Hodnett and Dr. Eric Richards

Sheridan Commercial Air Service Returns This Week

In advance of commercial air service being restored this week in Sheridan, the president of the critical air service team, known as CAST, that’s making the arrangements for its return, provided details about the service during a recent Public Pulse show.

Wildlife Management Areas Close, Brucellosis Sampling Continues

The Kearns and Amsden Creek wildlife habitat management areas in the Big Horn Mountains are now closed.