Sheridan Residents Concerned About Flooding

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Once morning light hit Monday morning, people were out and about, checking out the area flooding. For some, it was all about wondering what to do with all the water.

'True West' Magazine Editor Visits Johnson County

The Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum will be one of many stos for True West Editor Meghan Saar during her vsisit

The editor of "True West" magazine Meghan Saar will be making a visit to Johnson County in early June to tour historic sites and offer a public program and workshops on the importance of preserving local family histories.

Commissioners Change Hats for Leadership Event

As we reported earlier, five participants in this year's Leadership Sheridan program took the places of Sheridan County commissioners last week to get a taste of how county government works.

‘Intentional Wealth’ Conference Slated for June

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A conference that focuses on financial topics will be happening next month. Hannah Stepenoff has the details.

UPDATE: Floodwaters Continue to Recede

Rain-swollen creeks in Sheridan County were receding by Monday night, although not as fast as the National Weather Service had hoped.

Snow, Flooding in Parts of Wyoming on Memorial Day

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Areas of Wyoming are seeing flooding from heavy rain over the weekend. The National Weather Service reported flooding in areas of Fremont, Hot Springs, Goshen and Johnson counties.

Mosquito, Tick Diseases Remain Threat

Deadly diseases passed on by mosquitoes and ticks remain a threat in Wyoming.

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A Look Back in Time: May 26, 1915

Work has started on reconstruction of the Sheridan Manufacturing company mill destroyed by fire recently.

UPDATE: Floodwaters Receding

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Big Goose Creek runs high just off highway west of Sheridan. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Rain-swollen creeks in Sheridan County were receding Monday night, although not as fast as the National Weather Service had hoped. Dave Coleman, who is Sheridan County Emergency Management coordinator, said that was the latest word he'd had from the weather service at around 6 o'clock.