Sheridan

Many Sheridan residents observed Memorial Day Monday with special activities. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair has the story.

The Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority Joint Powers Board will adopt a revised budget for fiscal year 2015 and a budget for 2016 on Tuesday.

Sheridan city officials have announced plans for the coming year that include completing paving in district three, creation of paving district four and completion of paving in that district, and creation of paving district five embracing the alleys adjacent to the business streets.

Today is Memorial Day and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott has been visiting with several veterans throughout last week and brings us this final story.

Sheridan Media’s roving reporter talked to local veterans and listened to their thoughts on Memorial Day.

Despite the weather, Eaton's Ranch wranglers trailed around 100 head of horses through Sheridan on Sunday morning in the annual drive to to the ranch west of the city.

As we reported earlier Sheridan Travel and Tourism Director Shawn Buckley had announced his resignation earlier this month, as he planned to take a job in Casper.

Gilbert Knudson, the 8-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Knudson on Custer Street, narrowly escaped death about noon today.

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