Clearmont

A fire that occurred in Clearmont during the early morning hours on New Year's Day destroyed the bus barn for Sheridan County School District #3. The fire also destroyed three out of the district’s five buses.

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Feb. 4, 1916.

Clearmont Mayor Chris Schock encouraged legislators Wednesday, who were gathered for a legislative forum in Sheridan to embrace the Madden formula.

UPDATE: The Sheridan County Commission approved both a federal and state grant to help fund replacement of a wildlife fence on the county airport grounds in Sheridan, during Tuesday morning’s meeting, and continue to annex private parcels of land into county fire districts.

As reported earlier, more private property parcels were annexed into Sheridan County Fire Districts Tuesday in Big Horn, Clearmont and Sheridan Area Rural.

The Sheridan County Commission approved both a federal and state grant to help fund replacement of a wildlife fence on the county airport grounds in Sheridan, during this morning’s meeting, and continue to annex private parcels of land into county fire districts.

UPDATE: No one was injured in an early morning fire on New Year's Day in Clearmont, but the blaze caused extensive damage to the bus barn for Sheridan County School District #3 and the cause remains under investigation.

An early morning fire on New Year's Day occurred in Clearmont that caused extensive damage to the bus barn for Sheridan County School District #3.

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