Sheridan County

The Gilead Fire Incident Management Team will host two meetings this weekend to update the public on the Gilead Fire which is located approximately 8 miles southwest of Story. Interested individuals are welcome to attend either meeting.

The fall black bear seasons for hunt areas 1 and 2 in the Bighorn black bear management unit are closed. The closed areas are located in the northern Bighorn Mountains.

This weekend is the third annual Out of the Darkness Walk to Prevent Suicide. The trek kicks off at 11 o'clock Saturday morning at Grinnell Plaza.

This month's display at the Sheridan College Main Street Gallery downtown features two artists with seemingly contrasting styles, but a common emphasis on light makes for a complimentary display. Pat Trout and Sonja Caywood are both accomplished local artists.

Small businesses and ranches in Sheridan and Johnson Counties are eligible for special consideration from the Small Business Administration to receive federal disaster loans.

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.

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