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Commissioners Renew Quarry Permits

Sheridan County commissioners renewed permits for two quarry operations during their meeting Tuesday morning.

County Has Liquor License to Award

Sheridan County has gained a new retail liquor license. Sheridan County Clerk Eda Shunk Thompson announced the new license during Tuesday's county commissioners meeting.

A Look Back in Time: June 3, 1915

Owing to lack of funds, Sheridan County commissioners voted against making an appropriation this year to the Sheridan Commercial Club for publicity work.

Water Released From Park Reservoir

Sheridan County residents along Big Goose Creek can expect to see a rise in water levels starting today.

County Affirms Red Grade Trail Support

Sheridan County commissioners have affirmed their support of the proposed Red Grade Trails project on public lands seven miles west of the community of Big Horn in Sheridan County.

Tripartite Board Seeks to Make Best Use of Funds

Sheridan County's Tripartite Board is accepting applications now from agencies and non-profit organizations that provide services for low-income and poor county residents and that want a share of the just under $156,000 that the county will receive in October from the federal government.

Wyoming Wednesday Programs Start at Information Center

Wyoming Wednesday programs will start next week at the Wyoming Welcome Center, also known as the Information Center, off East Fifth Street east of Interstate 90.

A Look Back in Time: June 2, 1915

Monarch Coal has reduced the price of egg coal to $2.75 per ton. Phone 84 to place your order.

Creeks Still High, County Road Remains Closed

The Big and Little Goose creeks are still running high, and County Road 66 remains closed in the aftermath of the storm that moved through Sheridan County early last week.

Health Care 'High Priority' for County Board

Health care for Sheridan County's poorest residents is again a high priority for the board that must choose how to distribute federal funds for maximum benefit to the community.

New Program Starts at County Museum

A new summer program, called Monday @ the Museum, starts June 1 at the Sheridan County Museum.

A Look Back in Time: June 1, 1915

A committee of 25 members of the Sheridan Commercial Club have asked Sheridan County commissioners for an appropriation to allow the club to carry out publicity work.

Passaic Once Thrived in Sheridan County

Sheridan Media's summer publication, Sheridan Chronicles, is now available. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair shares one of the stories included within its pages.

A Look Back in Time: May 31, 1915

Several hundred people united with the members of the Grand Army of the Republic today in doing honors to the soldier dead.

Sheridan Council Starts Budget Work Sessions

Sheridan's city council will continue budget work next week with sessions on specific financial requests from municipal departments.

County Museum to Host All-Day Monday

Monday @ the Museum on this Monday, June 1, will launch a month of activities at the Sheridan County Museum, which is just off East Fifth Street in Sheridan.

Sheridan Man at Heart of 1920s Scandal

One of Sheridan's most prominent citizens was instrumental in breaking a national scandal. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair recounts the story, which can be found in Sheridan Media's summer publication, Sheridan Chronicles.

A Look Back in Time: May 30, 1915

The Painter Sisters are offering unusual bargains in trimmed hats, for $1 each.

Update: Creeks 'Looking Good'

Sheridan County appeared to be past the threat of flooding this afternoon, barring any additional rainfall.

Emergency Coordinator Says Watch the Creeks

Little Goose Creek is overflowing its banks in places, and gauges are almost at the flood stage, according to Dave Coleman.