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August 17th, 2015

Smoke Filling Skies Most Likely Blowing in from Montana

Smoke continues to fill the skies over Sheridan though wildfires burning in both Sheridan and Johnson counties are nearly contained.

Country’s Oldest Road Goes Through Our State

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August has to be just about the best month to be in Wyoming.  Love the weather. Love the sights.  Love traveling around.

Project Manager Provides Leonardo's Horse History

The project manager for the Da Vinci horse sculpture to be erected in Sheridan talked about the history of the horse during a recent interview with Sheridan Media’s Leslie Stratmoen. Here’s the report.

August 16th

City Council to Consider Woodland Creek Planned Unit Development Master Plan

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A week ago Monday, the City of Sheridan Planning Commission denied recommending approval to the city council of the Woodland Creek Planned Unit Development Master Plan, a request to rezone 14.2 acres as a PUD, located southwest of Woodland Park Road and Highway 87.

Firefighters Expected to be Released Today from Gardner Fire

In Johnson County, Wyoming, the Gardner Peak Fire, burning west of Kaycee, was nearly contained by Sunday and firefighters were expected to be released today.

Former Holly Seed Employee Attends Celebration

Among the hundreds of people who attended Holly Seed's centennial celebration in Sheridan over the weekend was Marabel Gates, a woman who has a special connection to the company.

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City Attorney On Tattoo Parlors, NW Water Pipeline

Buffalo City Attorney Ben Kirven spoke on a number of subjects during his report to the city council at their last meeting, giving his opinion on how the city should address the issues.

A Look Back in Time: Aug. 17, 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 Aug. 17, 1915.

Unmowed City Lots Addressed Again At City Council

At their last regular meeting, Buffalo City Councilman Russ Humphrey asked Building Inspector Toby Rhoades what was being done to alleviate city lots that were continuing to need mowed.