Archive - May 25, 2011

Emergency Management Receives More Sandbags

Posted in

Emergency management officials with Sheridan County and the City of Sheridan along with a throng of volunteers have been busy filling sandbags at the City Service Center.

City Council Budget Work Session: Fire Department

Posted in

Part of Wednesday's Sheridan City Council budget work session dealt with Sheridan Fire-Rescue and their budget for the upcoming fiscal year.

High Water Remains South of Sheridan

Posted in

Title: High Water Remains South of Sheridan

Public Pulse - Wednesday 05/25/11

Dr. Amanda Turlington "Sexting" / Governor Mead

Minimal Amount of Water to be Released from Park Reservoir

City of Sheridan Water Utilities officials plan to travel up to Park and Big Horn Reservoirs Thursday, May 26th. Currently there are 25 Cubic Feet per Second (CFS) coming into Park.

I-90 Re-Opens!

Word from WYDOT Region 4 Public Involvement Specialist Ronda Holwell this afternoon: I-90 has reopened.

Emergency Management Continues to Address Flooding in Sheridan County

Tuesday night's temporary -- and voluntary -- evacuation of residents of Downer Addition in Sheridan County was caused by the storm that brought heavy rain to much of the County late afternoon and early evening.

Sheridan College Provides Temporary Shelter

Sheridan College opened up one of their residency halls last night to provide a temporary shelter to those displaced by flooding in Montana, and for any of the Downer Addition residents who were temporarily evacuated Tuesday night.

Meadowlark Elementary Ground Broken

The rain stopped briefly for the Tuesday morning groundbreaking ceremony held on the site of the soon-to-be-constructed new Meadowlark Elementary School.


TROOPER BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers will haven't played a baseball game in two weeks since a road double header sweep in Casper and they will be keeping their fingers crossed as they are scheduled to be one of the teams playing at a tournament in Gillette this weekend.

The troopers are 5-1 on the season and Head coach Ben Phillips says they are trying their best to stay sharp.

And he says so far the players have done a good job of making the team better.