This year's Sheridan County Fair drew a bigger crowd than it has in years past. Though the numbers have not been meticulously analyzed, Melissa Sterling, director of the Fair Board, was impressed with this year's turnout.
Sheridan's police officers are spending extra time on the streets emphasizing traffic law enforcement this month. Thanks to the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Traffic Enforcement Grant, police have enough state funds to conduct an extra 100 hours of patrolling with an emphasis on motorcycle safety.
Officials with the Bighorn National Forest Service have confirmed that lightning that moved through the area Thursday sparked several small fires in the National Forest and one on private land near the Bud Love Wildlife Management Area.
The two employees of Rocky Mountain Ambulance in Sheridan who were cited for Misdemeanor Battery last week made their Initial Appearance in Sheridan County Circuit Court Thursday. Both Alex Carmody and Brand Stewart plead “Not Guilty” to their charges.
The Leadership Sheridan County class of 2012 celebrated their graduation at the Chamber of Commerce luncheon Wednesday. Twenty-five new graduates from various businesses around the community were recognized for their successful completion of the nine-month commitment to study community issues.
Creekside Performing Arts, sponsored by the Johnson County Arts And Humanities Council, will present their interpretation of the Wizard Of Oz tonight and tomorrow at the Buffalo High School Auditorium.