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July 20th, 2015

Fire Danger Rises, No Restrictions Yet in Place

The Bales Creek wildfire that burned downward from Bureau of Land Management land in Montana into the northeastern corner of Sheridan County more than a week ago is now out, but claimed about 500 acres in Sheridan County.

Local Organization Voices Support Following Riverton Tragedy

Management of the Volunteers of America Northern Rockies organization, which is based in Sheridan, are saddened at the tragic act of violence that took place at the Center of Hope in Riverton Saturday afternoon that's left one person dead and another seriously injured.

Dayton Days Celebrates Small Town Living

A gathering that celebrates small town living has been planned for this weekend in the town of Dayton.

City Council Approves Franchise Agreements

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The Sheridan City Council considered resolutions at their meeting Monday night establishing franchise agreements with A-C-T, Charter Communications and Century Link. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

City Curbside Recycling Program On Schedule

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The Sheridan City Council received an update from Utilities Director Dan Roberts at their meeting Monday night regarding the city’s curbside recycling program. Roberts said that all the bins should be delivered this week.

‘On the Foundation’ Fundraiser Set for Thursday

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Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns is hosting their 5th annual “On the Foundation” fundraiser Thursday night at 7. The fundraiser will take place at the site of a future Habitat home at 1762 Lookout Point Drive in the Poplar Grove Subdivision in Sheridan.

Filing Open for County Fire District Posts

Filing will open next month for elections in five Sheridan County fire districts.

CAST Eyes November Date for Air Service

Commercial airplanes could be flying out of the Sheridan County Airport by November.

In Search of a Market Manager

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Last week, at the weekly Farmers Market, Bonnie Gregory, Market Manager, announced she was stepping down so she could focus more on her family and personal projects.

Commissioners Answer Questions in Budget Hearing

Sheridan County employees questioned commissioners regarding their decisions on this year's budget in a hearing Monday night on the budget that commissioners were to consider Tuesday morning.