Sheridan County

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.

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.

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

The horses that will provide rides for guests at Eatons' Ranch this summer will arrive in Sheridan on Sunday morning.

The Wyoming Theater Festival will come to Sheridan this summer.

This is the last week of the Great Special May sale at Reed's.

UPDATE-
Matt Jones, Regional Public Affairs Director for Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway has confirmed that Highway 338 has been reopened to one-lane traffic, as flaggers are one scene and assisting with vehicle traffic.

Jones said that a BNSF train carrying coal derailed at approximately 12:30 Friday, causing the highway to be closed temporarily. He added that there were no injuries and that at this time it is uncertain what caused the derailment or how long before the road is completely reopened.

A bipartisan measure, led by Republican U.S. Senator Mike Enzi of Wyoming and Democrat U.S. Senator Ron Wyden of Oregon, would ensure people who are traveling with a secured knife are not prosecuted under local or state laws.

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