The Sheridan County road crews will continue surface treatments next week.
The roads to be treated with magnesium and calcium chlorides are Passaic, Wild Cat, Lower Prairie Dog, Beckton Hall, Dayton East, River, and Cat, Owl, Rapid, Amsden, Wolf and Solder creeks. Crews will be working from 6-5 daily, weather permitting. The information's coming from the Sheridan County Public Works Department.
Rod Liesinger is the county's public works director. He warns motorists to take caution when driving on the treated roads.
So, he says, use alternate routes whenever possible, not only to protect your vehicle but because the road work will cause traffic delays. He can be reached for further questions at his office. The number is 307-674-2920.