Archive - Mar 1, 2011 - News

Bozeman Apartment Fire Responsible for the Death of Two Sheridan Men

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An early morning apartment fire in Bozeman, Montana claimed the lives of two men formerly of Sheridan. The Bozeman Fire Department has confirmed that the bodies of 29-year-old Dale Beard and 30-year-old Jacob Neuman were found by firefighters in an apartment at 215 South 18th Avenue in Bozeman.

County Commissioners Approve CUP, Deny Waiver Request

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The Sheridan County Commissioners Tuesday approved a request for a conditional use permit for property owned by Bruce Sheeley.

City Planning Commission Approves Preliminary Plat and Rezone

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The City of Sheridan Planning Commission approved a preliminary plat for Woodland Park Patio Homes, which subdivides tract 2 of the Woodland Park Subdivision into 36 lots and 6 open space out lots.

Special City Council Meeting

The Sheridan City Council held a special meeting Monday to consider a resolution supporting the allocation of funds that are in an affordable housing account that's administered by the Sheridan County Treasurer.

“Cuttiethon” Documentary by Former Sheridanite

Since graduating from Sheridan High School in 1999, former Sheridan resident Justin Stroup has done everything from traveling European countries alone, to learning improv at Chicago's famed Second City.

Kindergarten Registration For District #2 is This Week

Kindergarten registration for Sheridan County School District #2 will take place this Wednesday through Friday.

Benefits for Buffalo Families this Weekend

Two benefits for families needing help will be this weekend in Buffalo.

The first benefit will be Friday as friends, family and community members gather at the Johnson County Fairgrounds to raise funds for the Joe Jarvis family.

'Advertising Period' Starts for Buffalo Wastewater Plant

Buffalo's new wastewater treatment plant is essentially complete, and the City has entered into the “advertisement period” of the project.

CJC, Audit Topics at JC Commission Meeting

An agreement between Johnson County and the architects on the design of the proposed judicial center at the new criminal justice center will be discussed at Tuesday's County Commission meeting.