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June 16th, 2015

A Look Back in Time: June 17, 1915

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on June 17, 1915.

UPDATE: Sheridan Under Hazardous Weather Outlook

The significant weather advisory issued earlier Tuesday by the National Weather Service in Billings was upgraded shortly before 9 to a hazardous weather outlook for an area that included the northeast Big Horn Mountains and Sheridan foothills.

UPDATE: Frackelton's Dining for Cause Raises $8.5K

Last night’s “Dining for a Cause” event held at Frackelton’s restaurant in Sheridan raised $8,529 for the Big Horn Mountain Festival in Buffalo.

County Commission Meeting Includes Road Construction, Business Incubator, not Budget

Though the Sheridan County commissioners are currently working on the budget, and have asked supervisors to help identify possible staff reductions to make up a projected $800,000 shortfall for next year, they did not discuss the budget during today's regular meeting.

Flooding on I-90

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Some pictures of flood water overtaking I-90 just East of Powder River. Photo submissions.

Sheridan Man Sentenced on Weapons Conviction

A 41-year-old Sheridan man was sentenced to up to five years in prison, suspended in lieu of five years of supervised probation, in district court in Sheridan Tuesday on a charge of of felony possession of a deadly weapon with unlawful intent.

Tuesday 06-16-15

Droptrip.com, Doug Warner / Jason Jennings, author of the High Speed Company

Sheridan Troopers Finals in Omaha

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The Sheridan Troopers went 1-1 in their final two games in Omaha, Nebraska beating Centaurian Colorado 7-4 and losing to Creighton Prep 10-4. Creighton Prep today, last year they finished 2nd at State and 3rd in Regionals.

Better Business Bureau Offers Flood Cleanup Tips

In the aftermath of recent rainstorms and with a forecast of more rain on the way, a spokesperson from the Better Business Bureau says make sure you know what your insurance covers.

Local Police Department Acquires Drug Incinerator

During a recent interview with Sheridan Police Chief Rich Adriaens, he said his department now has a drug incinerator, because last year marked the end of the federal funding of the drug take back program.