The Dog and Cat Shelter annual rabies clinic gets underway Monday at Kendrick Park.
The Dog and Cat Shelter of Sheridan annual rabies clinic will get underway Monday at the Kendrick Park Bandshell. The rabies vaccination is $10 a shot and is good for three years as long as your animal has previously had two rabies vaccinations a year apart.
Yellowstone Continues Efforts To Open Dunraven Pass, Beartooth Highway For Season. (Courtesy Photo)
Yellowstone National Park Crews continue their efforts to Open Dunraven Pass and Beartooth Highway for the season. Spring clearing of the Beartooth Highway will resume Monday following a week-long cleanup and safety assessment of a rock slide that temporarily closed the road between Mammoth Hot Springs and Tower Junction. That road reopened June 1st.
Scammers in Sheridan are up to their tricks again.
The latest scam to be reported to the Sheridan Police Department involved a local business receiving an e-mail supposedly from a well known bank. The e-mail noted that the subject's account had been deactivated because of “possible unauthorized access”.
Warm temps could cause local waterways to rise significantly throughout the weekend.
Sheridan County Emergency Management Coordinator Dave Coleman received some bad news Friday at the flood briefing by the National Weather Service in Billings. Coleman says that what he learned was inevitable with the sudden rise in temperatures.
Allocation of $1.8 million in supplemental consensus funding that was approved during this past legislative session was the topic of a meeting this week between officials from the City of Sheridan, Sheridan County, Ranchester, Dayton and Clearmont.
It's all about FUN after working hard all year long at Sagebrush Elementary School!
For the past several years, the staff, students, parents and members of the community have gathered on the playground of Sagebrush Elementary School to have one rip-roaring end-of-school party for a half day.
Nearly 75 people attended a public meeting on a proposed sports complex in Buffalo Thursday.
Close to 75 members of the public in attendance at an information-gathering meeting regarding a proposed sports complex at the existing Bicentennial Park in Buffalo appeared to be mostly in favor of building the complex, although there were some reservations and concerns raised.
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