WYDOT is installing a new four-head signal traffic light Wednesday at the intersection of Brundage Lane and Coffeen Avenue. Rhonda Holwell, Public Involvement Specialist for WYDOT, advises motorists as to what they can expect.
Firefighter EMT-I Andy Lindberg, left, goes “on air” in preparation to suppress the fire while Capt. Chuck Dudrey assesses the fire. Fire damage can be seen on the back of the house in the electrical service equipment. (Photo courtesy of SFR)
A structure fire originated in some electrical panels on the outside of a private residence at 76 Dee Drive on Tuesday afternoon, but was extinguished in less than an hour by Sheridan Fire-Rescue and Goose Valley Fire Department.
The Johnson County Commissioners hosted a public hearing to allow concerned residents the opportunity to voice their opinions and make suggestions regarding the proposed animal regulations the commissioners are looking at adopting.
Two months into the fiscal year the numbers look bleak for the City of Sheridan as the sales and use tax continues on a downward slope. City Treasurer Jennifer Reed explains the financial picture that the City is facing early into their fiscal year.
Crews battle the Hoss Fire Monday night, Courtesy BIA
Light rain has slowed the 800-acre Hoss Fire, according to a release from the BIA. The fire is burning in the Black Canyon in the Big Horn Mountains on the Crow Reservation in southern Big Horn County, Mont.
Sheridan Memorial Hospital Foundation Executive Director Ada Kirven
The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Foundation announced that they have received funding to assist with the purchase of new equipment for the new Welch Cancer Center. Foundation Executive Director Ada Kirven gives us the details.
Sheridan County Emergency Management Coordinator Dave Coleman
The Sheridan County Commissioners at their meeting Tuesday designated Sheridan County Emergency Management Coordinator Dave Coleman as the Applicant Agent with the Wyoming Office of Homeland Security to apply for federal financial assistance.
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