Sheridan County

The quality of air service in and out of Sheridan continues to be of concern to local city and county leaders.

An electrical issue was the probable cause of the fire that destroyed the Chuckwagon Convenience Store and Gas Station in Story last week. But state fire investigator Richard Embrey said no final ruling can be made until an analysis by an electrical engineer is completed.

Sheridan County School District 2 trustees will consider a resolution concerning flare gas on school trust lands at their meeting tonight.

The 2014 Session of the Wyoming State Legislature convenes today, for only a short work schedule of 20 workdays focusing on creating the State budget for 2015-2016.

It's time once again to take a look back at a few of the top stories from this past week with our Sheridan Media Week in Review.

Monday, the Sheridan City Council tabled an ordinance that was amended on third and final reading to change how councilors are elected to the council. The amendment would do away with the three wards in the city and make the process at-large. Councilman Alex Lee discusses why he made the motion to table the item until the next meeting.

The Antelope Butte Foundation is grassroots group who's been working for the past couple of years on reopening the ski area that's located in the Bighorn Mountains between Dayton and Greybull.

Claims for damages filed against the county by two Sheridan County women are in the hands, now, of state insurance adjusters, after being denied earlier this week by county commissioners.

The Civic Theater Guild has issued a last-call for the winter play. News Director Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

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