Part of the Sheridan County Comprehensive Plan that was adopted in 2008 calls for conservation of agricultural lands and encourages clustered development on lots smaller than 35 acres. The long range comprehensive plan also recommends changing the minimum lot size in the agricultural zoning district from 35 acres to 80 acres per dwelling unit.
In 2009 Partners in Philanthropy, with support from Sheridan College sponsored the first Prototype Community Garden. The garden was such a success that it spawned five more throughout Sheridan County. Community Gardener Boby Legerski says that they have a special tour planned for September 1st.
The Arch Coal Foundation has announced that they are now taking nominations for their 2010-2011 Teacher Achievement Awards program. Arch Coal Vice President of External Affairs Greg Schaefer explains that a number of different people can nominate a teacher.
The August 17th Primary Election had some landslide winners and some very close races, prompting this week's Bank of Sheridan / sheridanmedia.com poll question: “Did the Primary Election results surprise you, and if so, how?”
It was all about tradition at the Absoraka State Takeover 307 Custom Car Show held outside the Bozeman Trail Inn in Big Horn on Saturday. Forty-six vintage hot rods and customs built before 1965 lined the main drag in Big Horn for onlookers and car enthusiasts alike.
It’s still all about community service as members of the Big Horn Woman’s Club threw a party for its 100th birthday and everyone was welcome. The woman’s club began in September 1910 with an exclusive membership of 12 carefully selected women who gathered in homes to study world affairs, geography, history, and literature.
If ‘A’ is for apple, ‘B’ is for boy, and ‘C’ is for cat, then what is ‘G’ for? ‘G’ is for God, at least, that’s what Pastor Scott Lee of Bethesda Worship Center hopes students returning back to school will remember.