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July 12th, 2011

After The Concert

After the Powder River Let'er Buck Celebration showcasing the 67th Army Band and just two hours after a severe thunderstorm moved through Sheridan County just 8-miles northeast of Sheridan on Monday evening - this was the view from the fountain area of Whitney Commons looking east toward downtown Sheridan.

Chamber Luncheon Wednesday, Board Elections Coming Up

Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Dixie Johnson

The Sheridan Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon is at 11:30 am Wednesday, and this month only it will be held at the Historic Sheridan Inn. Executive Director for the Sheridan Chamber of Commerce, Dixie Johnson, talked about the luncheon.

Lightning Strike

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Lightning above Maier Soccer Field at Sheridan College at 6:11 pm Monday evening when the thunderstorm passed just northeast of Sheridan.

Planning Commission OK's Administrative Review Ordinance

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City of Sheridan Planning Director Robert Briggs

The City of Sheridan is moving forward with an ordinance regarding design approval in the City. Planning Director Robert Briggs explains how the ordinance changes City Code, and how it will benefit developers.

Public Pulse - Tuesday 07/12/11

Sheridan County Museum / Author of "Save Our System" w/Dr. Lynn Cleland

Public Pulse - Monday 07/11/11

Chamber of Commerce / Ben & Steve

Winds Estimated at 70 Mph Blow Through Sheridan County

This trampoline didn't fare so well during Monday night's storm.

The severe thunderstorm that moved into Sheridan County just after 6 o'clock Monday night packed quite a punch. Meterologist with the National Weather Service in Billings Matt Solum explains that the winds that accompanied the brief storm were quite fierce.

Districts 1, 2 Pleased with PAWS Results

Statewide PAWS results were released last week, and Sheridan County districts 1 and 2 both saw averages in math, reading, and writing above state levels.

Sheridan Featured in AAA's Traveler's Companion Magazine

Sheridan has been featured in AAA magazine's 2011 summer traveler's companion, detailing sites to see, places to eat, and other community attractions for readers nationwide.

Sheridan County Road #42 is Closed

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Sheridan County Public Works Director Rod Liesinger

Sheridan County Road #42, better known as Ulm Road is closed to all traffic, and will remain closed for approximately 10 days due to road damage from a slide. Sheridan County Public Works Director Rod Liesinger.