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Cutting Showdown Under Way

The Sheridan Cutting Showdown, hosted by the Montana Cutting Horse Association, is under way at the Sheridan College AgriPark.

Habitat For Humanity's Annual Garage Sale This Weekend

Habitat For Humanity of Johnson County will be having their annual Habitat Garage Sale fundraiser this weekend at the Johnson County Fairgrounds.

Gatchell Has New Interim Director After Resignation

Sylvia Bruner, Interim Director of the Jim Gatchell Museum, spoke to the Johnson County Commissioners at their regular meeting this week, to update them on what has happened in the last couple of weeks at the museum.

Buffalo Council Passes Sign Ordinance On First Reading

The Buffalo City Council passed Ordinance No. 1383 on first reading but on a split 3-2 vote of the council members.

The Ordinance was introduced at the council's regular meeting Tuesday evening, and the council then took public comment before passing it on the split vote.

Fatal Stabbing in Lame Deer, Montana on Wednesday

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Wednesday morning 27-year-old Tyson Lonebear stabbed 21-year-old Shay Little in the heart with a sword in Lame Deer Montana. Little’s wound proved to be fatal. Lonebear was arrested in Hardin, Montana late Wednesday night.

Loucks-Highland Closure Set for Monday

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Due to the West Loucks Street reconstruction project in Sheridan, the intersection of Loucks and Highland Avenue will be closed beginning Monday morning. City of Sheridan Project Manager Joe Schoen explains the length of the closure.

Color Run to Benefit Miss Wyoming Scholarship Programs

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Kendrick Park in Sheridan may get a little colorful Saturday morning as the “Sash and Dash” color run is set to take place at 9am. The cost of the 5k color run is $20 a person, or $100 for a group of 6 or more, with the proceeds benefitting the Miss Wyoming Scholarship Program.

City Council Receives Budget Update From City Engineer

The 2 year Capital Improvement Plan(CIP) and a budget update for the next fiscal year were presented to the Sheridan City Council on Thursday by City Engineer Lane Thompson.

Sheridan Fire Rescue Chief Lenhart Presents Budget at Work Session

The Sheridan Fire Rescue Budget is down slightly from last year according to Chief Terry Lenhart. He presented an update for the Sheridan City Council at a work session on Thursday.

Police Chief Adriaens Updates City Council on Budgets

Budget costs for the Sheridan Police Department and Communications are slightly up do to personnel costs in the next fiscal year. Sheridan Police Chief Rich Adriaens updated the Sheridan City Council at a work session on Thursday.

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