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May 30th, 2015

Search Continues For City Finance Director Position

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The first search for the position of Finance and Administrative Services Director for the City of Sheridan yielded over 30 applicants.

Today's Day for Story Fundraiser

A run-walk-bike event will be held today to benefit the town of Story, which is in Sheridan County, southeast of Sheridan.

May 29th

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.

UPDATE: Flood Warning Remains in Effect

A flood advisory for minor flooding in parts of western Sheridan County issued early this morning by the National Weather Service in Billings remains in effect until 5 o’clock today.

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.