Pat Blair

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Recreation District Land Purchase Challenged

Several Big Horn area residents charged Sheridan County Recreation District 1 board members of illegally borrowing money to buy land for a proposed community center.

Interview Judging Held Wednesday

Tyler Neeriemer judges a CD-making project. (Photo by Pat Blair)

One last round of pre-Sheridan County Fair events happened Wednesday in the Exhibit Hall on the fairgrounds off Fifth Street.

A Look Back in Time: July 30, 1914

A large whirlwind this morning demolished a shed at the home of F.L. DeJarnette at 957 Emerson street.

Bail Modified in Weapons Charge

Circuit Court Judge Shelley Cundiff modified the bond of a Sheridan man charged with a weapons violation, so he and his wife can travel to Texas next month.

Coffeen Cornerstone Dedication Set

Sheridan Mason Sandy Baird with Masonic trowel, to be buried in the time capsule at Coffeen School (Photo by Pat Blair)

Donations from the new Henry A. Coffeen Elementary School, an American flag, Wyoming flag and Masonic apron are among items that will be buried in a time capsule on Aug. 9 when the school cornerstone is dedicated.

Clearmont Mayor Wants Plan

Clearmont Mayor Chris Schock (Photo by Pat Blair)

Clearmont is starting to seek bids for an engineering firm to help the small town plan for the future.

Citation Issued for Fire Violation

A man was cited in Story for violating the county fire ban.

A Look Back in Time: July 29, 1914

Some Sheridan area residents may have been in a coaching party held up in Yellowstone Park today.

Lodge Grass Basin Fire Mostly Contained

The Lodge Grass Basin fire in Montana has been declared 65 percent contained as of late Monday afternoon.

'Shots' Are False Alarm

Two reports from people hearing “shots” in Sheridan this weekend turned out to be false alarms, according to Police Sergeant Travis Koltiska.

Parent Reports 'Break-in'

A reported burglary on Mobile Drive in Ranchester wasn't exactly that, according to Lt. Mark Conrad.

Registrations Open for Pig Wrestling

Spots are still open in the men's and women's divisions for teams in the Sheridan County Fair pig wrestling event.

School Board Chairman Pleased With Opinion

Sheridan County School District 2 trustees and administrators were pleased last week with a court finding that the district didn't violate Wyoming open meetings laws in discussions of a possible multipurpose facility.

A Look Back in Time: July 28, 1914

A Look Back in Time: July 28, 1914

The Willis Spear camping party will leave Lodge Grass tomorrow morning for a ten days' outing at Devil's Canyon.

A Look Back in Time: July 27, 1914

Sheridan police have decided that, owing to the difficulty in getting a car onto the street that is parked between two vehicles lengthwise, drivers will be permitted to park their cars on the right side of the street at an angle.

First 'Official' County Fair Held in September

The Sheridan County Fairgrounds came into the county's possession through a sheriff's sale in September 1918.

A Look Back in Time: July 26, 1914

E.E. Lonabaugh and party left this morning for a ten-days' outing at Penrose Park and Kearney lakes.

Newspaper Attorney Considers Appeal

A district court judge's ruling that Sheridan County School District 2 did not violate Wyoming open meetings law could be appealed.

Judge Rules in Favor of School District

District Court Judge William J. Edelman has ruled that Sheridan County School District 2 did not violate Wyoming open meetings laws.

A Look Back in Time: July 25, 1914

A rumor reached Sheridan today that the body of the little McKinney girl has been discovered.