Sheridan

The Ash Creek Fire, which began 10 miles east of Lame Deer and is spreading north and east, is now 40% contained, however, it has jumped Highway 212, west of Suicide Pass, and is now moving southeast.

Authorities are calling for evacuations in an area of southern Albany County where a fast-growing wildfire is burning through dry and dead timber.

Third and final reading for the assessment ordinance regarding the Sheridan Commercial Park special improvement district #78 will be considered by the Sheridan City Council this evening. Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey.

State legislator, Bruce Burns, is sponsoring a committee proposal to raise funds for Wyoming's state parks.

The Johnson County Arts and Humanities Council is announcing a new performing arts and community theatre group will conduct auditions for their presentation of the “Wizard Of Oz.”

The Arts and Humanities Council is sponsoring the new group to provide an outlet for fun, creative community involvement and produce quality entertainment.

Chandler Lee has a big dream and it's not any ordinary dream. His heart is to raise at least $5000 to buy books for the children in an orphanage called Ca-Ira Village, located in Haiti.

Named the most dangerous fire in Montana history, as of last night, over 157-thousand acres have been burned in the Ash Creek Fire on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation near Ashland and Lame Deer, Montana. Hot, dry, and windy conditions continue to make this an extremely dangerous fire as it is rapidly moving to the north and east. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott hopped a bus bringing in supplies to Ashland and brings us this story.

The annual Ucross Fireworks Extravaganza scheduled for Tuesday night at the Ucross Foundation has been cancelled due to the danger of fire from the hot dry weather.

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