Archive - 2019 - News

August 24th

A Look Back in Time: Aug. 25, 1919

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 Aug. 25, 1919.

Hundreds Flock to Brewfest

Hundreds of people headed for Whitney Commons Saturday to listen to music, enjoy food from local vendors and sample brews from about 25 professional craft brewers from more than six states.

Story Days Provides a Lot to Do

A parade, book sale at the library and lunch provided by the Story Woman's Club was just part of a full day of activities Saturday during Story Days.

Air Service, Cap Tax Discussed in Meeting

Sheridan municipal and county officials talked about air service and the capital facilities tax in a meeting in Dayton Friday night, but no decisions were made during the joint city-county session.

Hillslide Stabilization Work Continues

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The hillslide stabilization project in Sheridan continues, as crews are working to stabilize the hill-side area near Sheridan Junior High School.

Pavement Maintenance Service Project

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The Sheridan City Council recently awarded the bid for the City’s Pavement Maintenance Project to MDS Technologies, Inc. of Park Ridge, Illinois, in the amount of $47,800.

August 23rd

A Look Back in Time: Aug. 24, 1919

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 Aug. 24, 1919.

Web Design Introduced at High School

Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair continues her look at Sheridan County School District 2's computer science program.

Library Hosts Orphan Train Presentation Wednesday

The Sheridan Fulmer Public Library will be hosting a one hour presentation on Wednesday on the Orphan Train that at one time came through Sheridan County.

WWC, Project Schoolhouse Collaborate to Bring Running Water to Antelope Butte

WWC Engineering and Project Schoolhouse have teamed up to help bring fresh, running water to the Antelope Butte Mountain Recreation Area. Jack Fritz, Director of Operations at WWC, explains.