Sheridan County

In news coming from the office of Wyoming’s Congresswoman Cynthia Lummis, we’ve learned that the Environmental Protection Agency finalized the Waters of the United States or WOTUS rule on Wednesday.

Housing, healthcare and employment continue to be concerns for the low-income bracket of Sheridan County’s population.

The Powder River, which is typically about two-feet deep, is overflowing its banks in some places of both Sheridan and Johnson counties, running as high as 10 feet in Arvada -- a town of about 43 people that sits on the river’s west bank and is located southeast of Sheridan.

With the flooding of waters in Sheridan County this week, some seniors are remembering the big flood of the 1920s. A story about the weather event is included in Sheridan Media’s summer publication, Sheridan Chronicles. Here’s Pat Blair with the report.

The schematic design for expansion of Sheridan Memorial Hospital's Intensive Care Unit has been approved.

Memorial Day will be observed Monday with fitting ceremonies in Sheridan, under direction of the John Schuler Post 67 of the Grand Army of the Republic.

The Powder River at Arvada was starting to fall Wednesday night, according to Sheridan County's emergency management coordinator.

The Powder River is overflowing its banks in several areas of both Johnson and Sheridan counties. News Director Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

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