A goldfinch enjoys fresh sunflower seeds on Cel Hope's property. (Courtesy photo)
As Sheridan Media reported earlier, three Sheridan County residents have been named as Habitat Heroes by Audubon Rockies for their work in landscapes that create essential habitat for birds, pollinators and other wildlife. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair recently interviewed one of the heroes, and filed this story.
Traffic light on Main at Fifth Street after Wednesday's winds. (Photo by Pat Blair)
Power outages that plagued Montana-Dakota Utility customers in Sheridan County for most of Wednesday were repaired by Wednesday night, and the National Weather Service discontinued a high wind warning for the area.
The first flight for Sheridan’s restored commercial air service is scheduled for takeoff, today. In celebration of the event, a party has been planned to launch the restart. The event will be held from 11-1 today at the Sheridan County Airport terminal.
A permit for a gravel pit near Kaycee is closer to being approved by the State Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) after Johnson County's Commissioners approved sending a letter to them stating there are no county zoning regulations against the proposed pit.
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