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County Updates Fire Restrictions

Sheridan County commissioners rescinded the fire restriction resolution they approved last month, and approved a new resolution to correct errors in the July 23 document.

Community Center Proposal Fails

Efforts have failed for a permit that would have allowed a community center at the Big Horn Y.

Event Raises Money for North Main

A fundraiser to pay for enhancements on the north Main Street corridor into Sheridan will be held this weekend.

Deputies Respond to Crash, Weapons Incidents

The local sheriff's office responded to a personal injury crash over the weekend and dealt with two incidents involving weapons. Leslie Stratmoen provides the follow-up report.

Sale Ends Sheridan County Fair

The 2014 Sheridan County Fair ended on the traditional bittersweet note Monday night in the market livestock sale on the county fairgrounds.

Union Proposes MOU

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During the public comment period of Monday night's Sheridan City Council meeting, Local #276 Firefighters Union President George Neeson addressed the Council regarding a memorandum of understanding that he's proposed to the City in regards to a contract between the two sides.

Yellowstone Receives Park Foundation Grant

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Yellowstone National Park has received a grant from a national foundation. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

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COAL GASIFICATION

EPA delays decision on coal gasification project

Cloud Peak Rezone Approved

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The Sheridan City Council last year removed from consideration Developer Don Roberts rezone request for the Cloud Peak Ranch Sixteenth Filing due to neighbors concerns over the property being rezoned to R-3 residential.

A Look Back in Time: Aug. 5, 1914

Train 41 was so heavily loaded today that it left Sheridan in two sections.

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