Pat Blair

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A Look Back in Time: March 20, 1915

The titles to 84 acres of land in Sheridan County have been transferred to the Sheridan Sugar Company.

New Councilor Takes Seat in Dayton

Town Clerk Linda Lofgren, left, administers oath to new Dayton Councilor Laurie Walters-Clark (Photo by Pat Blair)

Laurie Walters-Clark was seated as the newest member of Dayton's town council Wednesday night at the town hall in Dayton.

Recreation District Approves Agreement 'With Reservations'

Sheridan Recreation District board members approved an agreement with Sheridan Youth Baseball on Wednesday "with reservations."

A Look Back in Time: March 19, 1915

Hundreds of people attended the spring opening at the New York Store last night.

County Assessments Show Gain Over '05

Sheridan County Assessor Paul Fall says values in the county overall were nearly 3 percent higher in 2014 than in 2005.

Commissioners Draw Thanks from Local Farmer

A Sheridan County farmer thanked county commissioners this week for their support of locally grown foods.

A Look Back in Time: March 18, 1915

The Sheridan High School debate team will meet the Custer County High School team from Miles City tomorrow night.

County Approves Dust Suppressant Contract

Sheridan County commissioners approved a contract for dust suppressant on county roads, authorized purchase of land in Dayton and approved a lease for a flight school at the county airport during their meeting this morning.

Food Expo, Sustainability Forum Announced at Meeting

An upcoming Local Food Expo and Ranch Sustainability Forum were announced at this week's meeting of the Ag and Natural Resources Committee.

Hydropower Handbook Can Help Answer Questions

The University of Wyoming has a tool for people who wonder if electricity can be generated by the water rushing over diversion dams or through canals across their property.

County Airport Manager Plans Without Air Service

Sheridan County Airport Manager John Stopka is starting work on next year's airport budget with one critical difference from this year.

A Look Back in Time: March 17, 1915

The Burlington has ordered 50 new locomotives from the Baldwin locomotive works.

North Main Business Burglarized

Sheridan police are investigating a burglary in the 2300 block of North Main Street.

Balow Welcomes Action on Science Standards

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Jillian Balow said she's pleased with the 2015 Legislature's action on next-generation science standards.

Patton Moved Into Transitional Care

State Rep. John Patton continues to battle an inflammation in his lungs, but doctors at the Cheyenne hospital where he's being treated have moved him into transitional care.

A Look Back in Time: March 16, 1915

With a sugar factor assured for Sheridan, the Commercial Club and Beetgrowers' association are advertising for farmers to grow the beets.

A Look Back in Time: March 15, 1915

Clifford Carroll, the 6-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Carroll on West Fourth Street, narrowly escaped drowning this morning.

Kobza Nominated for Superintendent of Year

District 1 Superintendent Marty Kobza is a regular guest on Public Pulse. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

Sheridan County School District 1 Superintendent Marty Kobza has been nominated for Wyoming School Superintendent of the Year.

A Look Back in Time: March 14, 1915

Mrs. J.J. McDermott and Angeline Bodan of Arvada are visiting friends in Sheridan.

Judge Orders Prison Time in Stalking Case

A district court judge sentenced a Sheridan man to up to 10 years in prison on stalking and burglary charges in Sheridan on Thursday morning.