A discussion of Superior Livestock Sales, a report on dispersed camping in the Bighorn National Forest and updates on the 4-H Buyers' reception and Beer Garden at the Sheridan County Fair were on the agenda of the Ag & Natural Resources Committee Tuesday.
With temperatures expected to range from the upper 90’s to the lower 100’s over the next several days, Sheridan County Public Health Nurse Manager Debra Haar said that people need to remember to stay cool, stay hydrated, and stay informed when the mercury rises.
Historic Downtown Sheridan is typically the first stop shop for many locals who live in the area. Couple that with the influx of tourists who take to downtown, and the issue of parking, or lack thereof, comes to the forefront.
This spring Sheridan high school started construction on the remodel of the athletic wing on the west side of the building the project was split into two phases, phase one was complete this spring and phase two is approaching completion.