Sheridan County

The Bighorn National Forest Service has announced that Forest Supervisor Bill Bass has signed a special order expanding the area that is closed in and around the Gilead Fire.

The decision by Johnson County Commissioners to not accept the Game and Fish 99-year lease proposal for junior water rights on Lake DeSmet has opened the door for Sheridan County to perhaps market their share of water individually.

The deadline for business teams to sign up for the Wellness Council of Sheridan County's Pathways to Wellness program is this Friday, September 7th. Wellness Council Executive Director Michele Fritz.

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has temporarily closed the Bud Love Wildlife Habitat management Area in order to allow firefighters to stage for fighting the Gilead Fire.

Sheridan County and City officials are sending out a formal reminder to its residents to participate in the area's voluntary emergency notification system.

The Gilead Fire Incident Management Team released the latest information on the fire this morning, saying the fire had grown to 3,936 acres as of 9 am.
The Gilead Fire began August 14 with a lightning strike on the Bighorn National Forest.

The Dayton town council passed an amendment on first reading Tuesday night to clarify the definition, and ultimately the intended use, of raw water.

Sheridan College has an activist organization with the goal of removing the stigma surrounding seeking help for mental health issues. The group, called Active Minds, is a counterpart to a national initiative, and this fall's area of focus is suicide prevention.

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