Sheridan County

Smoke may be visible in Sheridan this afternoon and tomorrow, according to the U.S. Forest Service, because firefighters plan to burn slash piles in the Bighorn National Forest about a quarter of a mile northwest of Burgess Junction. Spokeswoman Susan Douglas provided the details.

State Superintendent Cindy Hill still has a month in office, and she says she will be busy.

Governor Matt Mead presented a supplemental budget recommendation Tuesday emphasizing the "need for a thoughtful discussion about Wyoming’s fiscal policy."

The Sheridan County Library is doing well with its digital services according to recent data. Hannah Stepenoff has the story.

A laser-equipped van is helping city officials locate problems and improve Sheridan's streets.

The city of Sheridan spent nearly $20 million this year on construction, according to City Planner Nic Bateson.

A local historic site will feature the sights and sounds of a Victorian Christmas for the closing of the season celebration this month. Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

The little town of Big Horn that's located south of Sheridan and boasts a population of about 500 people, according to the 2010 census, is positioned to have a commercial events center.

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