Sheridan County

A small boy with a .22 rifle was responsible for shooting the valuable black dog belonging to Jim Worrall. The youngster has confessed to the accidental shooting, and a settlement will reportedly be made for the animal.

Mrs. T.O. Peacock of Miles City, Montana, is in the city visiting friends.

Sheridan County Fair Association trustee Ed Johlman has announced he is resigning from the board.

The Sheridan County road crews will continue surface treatments next week.

Dayton town councilors awarded a bid to Intermountain Construction & Materials of Sheridan for a rotomill and overlay of 1,500 linear feet of streets in the town, north of Sheridan.

The school board in a special meeting voted to add manual training and domestic science courses to public school classes next year.

Government officials with Sheridan County and the other incorporated municipalities within the county met Thursday night to discuss the optional one-cent sales tax. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was there and has the story.

After school is a busy time at Woodland Park Elementary. Children in one group are learning how to care for their “pet” mealworms, while those in another are building robots. Still a third group of youngsters are involved in physical activities with instructors from Sheridan's Recreation District.

Sheridan County Fair Association trustees last night approved payment of $1,850 to a Sheridan company to estimate costs of improvements at the fairgrounds. Sheridan County officials asked for the payment to cover expenses of TSP Inc. of Sheridan.

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