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June 10th, 2015

Observe Safety Precautions While in the Forest

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Safety is important while spending time in the high country, especially during this time of thunderstorm activity. Susie Douglas, Public Affairs Specialist with the Bighorn National Forest, offers these safety precautions.

Dayton to Adopt Budget, Mill Levy

Dayton's town council will consider final reading and adoption of the town's budget and mill levy next week for the fiscal year that starts on July 1.

Sheridan City Budget Session Postponed

The city of Sheridan budget work session earlier scheduled for Wednesday night has been postponed until Monday.

New Brinton Museum building opens Monday

The new Forest E. Mars Jr. Building on the grounds of the Bradford Brinton Museum just outside Big Horn will open to the public on Monday.

College, Foundations Host 'Intentional Wealth' Conference

A family's wealth seldom lasts beyond three generations.

Johnson County Approves Property Boundary Adjustment

Johnson County's Commissioners approved a property boundary adjustment to the Guyton Property just off of Klondike Road south of Buffalo, as brought before them by County Planner Rob Yingling.

City Incurs More Expenses At Sports Fields Complex

The City Of Buffalo will be paying more money for additional problems at the Sports Fields Complex, after approving a recommendation from Mayor Mike Johnson, who explained the situation to the council at their last meeting.

FEMA, SBA, Homeland Security Assessing Buffalo's Flood Damage

Johnson County Public Information Officer Marcy Schueler sent out an e-mail early Wednesday, saying representatives would be in the county this week to survey the damage from last week's flash flood incident.

A Look Back in Time: June 11, 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 11, 1915.

Another Storm, Another Round of Flooding

Shortly before 8 last night, a severe thunderstorm moved into the area that caused flash flooding throughout parts of Sheridan County.