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September 3rd, 2014

Forest Officials Discuss Proposed Timber Project

A group of state and local officials discussed an aspect of the Bighorn National Forest plan. Hannah Stepenoff was there and has the story.

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 4, 1914

The thirty-third annual session of the Sheridan city schools will open on Tuesday, Sept. 8.

City Parking Code Being Updated

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The City of Sheridan is in the process of updating city code pertaining to parking. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

City to Apply for Mineral Royalty Grants

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The Sheridan City Council gave their approval this week to have staff apply for two mineral royalty grants through the State Loan and Investment Board.

Online Fund Set Up for Sheridan Family

A web page has been created to offer assistance to a Sheridan family that lost their home to a fire on Labor Day. Shortly after 3 in the morning on Monday, Goose Valley Fire Department along with Sheridan Fire-Rescue responded to a report of a structure fire at 16 Welton Lane in Sheridan.

UPDATE: Missing Couple Home Safe

After five days of surviving in the Big Horn Mountains with no food, water or shelter, the missing couple from Sheridan is “doing extremely well,” according to Johnson County Sheriff Steve Kozisek.

CUPs Approved for Cell Towers, Antiques Business

Sheridan County commissioners this week approved conditional use permits for a new cell tower, continued operation of a second tower, and construction of additional retail space for an antiques business.

Change Orders Approved for District Clerk Office

A third bullet-proof transaction window and two more sprinkler heads will be added to work being done on the district clerk's office at the Sheridan County Courthouse.

Contracts Let for Fairground Projects

Contracts have been awarded for two projects at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds.

Four Shillings Short Takes Audience on Musical Tour

A musical duo that's set to perform in Sheridan this week promises to take their audience on a musical tour. Sheridan Media's Leslie Stratmoen has the story.