Sheridan County

The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Foundation has announced that they've received a $105,000 gift from the Herbert G. and Dorothy Zullig Foundation.

The Sheridan Police Department has announced that, once again, the Free Ride Home program will be in full swing in downtown Sheridan on Friday and Saturday nights. Vans will be stationed at the barricades on North Main and Alger Streets beginning at 9:30 p.m.

It might be Rodeo Week here in Sheridan, but when the rodeo is here, so is the carnival. Wednesday night was “Family Night” with discounted prices for rides and it was crowded.

The Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board approved their budget for the fiscal year, which includes a 2 percent rate increase for SAWS customers. SAWS Administrator Dan Coughlin says the increase is part of the Joint Powers Board financial plan.

First it was the Mint Bar. Then late last month, the Rainbow Bar followed, putting up no smoking signs during a memorial service for longtime bar owner Don Townsend.

The Bureau of Land Management's Buffalo Field Office has released the latest draft resource management plan (RMP) and supporting environmental impact statement (EIS) for a 90-day public review.
The revised RMP will replace the 1985 Buffalo RMP.

Buffalo's second annual “Longmire Days” will be happening August 17th and 18th this year, and already it will be bigger, better and offer more fun things to do than last year's kickoff event.

The scars from last year's Gilead Fire are still visible at the Rock Creek Recommended Wilderness Area a few miles north of Buffalo. But adjacent to the dozer lines are dozens and dozens of wildflowers that have since spawned and matured.

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