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February 16th, 2015

WCDA Director Presents Program Overview

Executive Director David Haney of the Wyoming Community Development Authority known as WCDA made a presentation to the Sheridan County commission during a recent meeting regarding information his department assembles.

Council to Discuss Kendrick Pool, Firefighters Contract

The fate of Sheridan’s Kendrick Pool will be discussed at an upcoming city council meeting and also a contract with the local firefighters union. Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

Police Report on Weekend Motel Crash Expected

The official police report regarding the vehicle crash into the Mill Inn in Sheridan over the weekend is expected to be released tomorrow, not today as previously reported, due to the Presidents Day holiday.

February 15th

8th Annual Fireman’s Ball

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Saturday night, the local firemen shined in their dress uniforms and their ladies in their finest and invited the community to a dance, both to get the firefighters out in the public and letting the public meet their firefighters.

Mayor Talks About Snow Removal

Mother Nature has solved Sheridan's snow removal problems in recent weeks.

County Eyes Road Annexation MOU

Sheridan County commissioners will consider an agreement with the city of Sheridan regarding road annexation when they meet this week.

School Trustees to Receive Clarification on Lights

Clarification on the cost of the stadium lights in Big Horn is on the agenda for the Sheridan County School District 1 meeting on Tuesday.

“Secrets of the Heart”

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Sheridan College dedicates the second Saturdays of each month to Science Saturdays, a time set aside for children of all ages to learn and discover an interest in science.

Local Historian to Present Program in Big Horn

Local historian Val Burgess of Sheridan will present a program called “Cora's Legacy: The Human Side of World War II” at this month's meeting of the Big Horn City Historical Society.

This Week’s Poll Question

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It comes as no surprise that the Sheridan County Airport has had its problems. Often, it’s hit or miss and sometimes more miss than hits when it comes to service.