Ranchester

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 June 14, 1915.

A severe thunderstorm moved into Sheridan County shortly before 8 last night, that caused flash flooding throughout parts of the area, and the National Weather Service to issue a flood warning for Sheridan County through noon today. Reporter Pat Blair has the latest update from the county’s emergency management coordinator.

Ranchester's budget for the year that starts on July 1 is scheduled for final reading and adoption at the Town Council's meeting next week.

Fewer criminal cases are docketed for the June term of court than have been for several terms.

Sheridan Commercial company Manager D.E. Gwinn has announced plans to rebuild the store that was destroyed in a fire yesterday.

Ranchester's town council gave second-reading approval to a tentative budget of $1.5 million for the coming fiscal year and scheduled a final budget work session for June 16.

Several hundred people united with the members of the Grand Army of the Republic today in doing honors to the soldier dead.

Ranchester's town council will consider third and final reading of an ordinance establishing sanitation fees at a meeting next week.

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