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March 29th, 2015

Week in Review

It's time once again to take a look back at a few of the top stories from this past week with our Sheridan Media Week in Review.

Fire-Rescue Releases Information on N. Park Road Fire

At approximately noon on Saturday Sheridan Fire-Rescue responded to the area of 86 North Park Road to assist Goose Valley Fire Department with a grass fire.

Roof of Sheridan Building Blown Away by High Winds Saturday

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High winds yesterday caused the roof of a Sheridan building to blow off and caused damage to several vehicles yesterday evening at around 7 p.m.

Multiple Fires, Incidents Reported in Sheridan County and Surrounding Area

Update: 2:12

We just got off the phone with Sheridan County Fire Warden Bill Biastoch about the fire located near Red Grade Road in Big Horn that began Saturday afternoon.

March 28th

A Look Back in Time: March 29, 1915

Mrs. L.C. Green is seriously ill at her home on Beaver Creek.

Fire on Upper Road, North Park Road in Sheridan County Reportedly Contained

Update: At just after 6 p.m., crews are now leaving the scene as the leftover smoldering has been put out sufficiently.

Breaking: Fire Spotted Near Red Grade Road, According to Eye Witnesses

Smoke and a potential fire up the mountain near Red Grade Road in Big Horn has been reported by eye witnesses. Officials with the Sheridan County Fire District said that they can't release any official information as of yet, but Sheridan Media will keep you posted as information becomes available.

Sheridan County Museum to Open Soon, Announces New Seasonal Exhibits

Sheridan's county museum will be opening its doors soon. Hannah Stepenoff has the details.

Enzi Discusses Budget Resolution, Says Good For Wyoming Economy

Wyoming’s economy could see a boost thanks to the the U.S. Senate’s recently passed budget resolution and its plan to reduce federal overspending, according to U.S. Sen. Mike Enzi.

Mead on "Motion to Dismiss" Wild Horse Management Lawsuit

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The State of Wyoming and Gov. Matt Mead responded to motions to dismiss the state’s lawsuit over the failure of the federal government to appropriately manage wild horses in Wyoming.