Sheridan

Forest Service Road 226 Open

The U.S. Forest Service has reopened Forest Service Road 226, which is in the Medicine Wheel Ranger District of the Bighorn National Forest.

Two Miles of Red Grade Trail Opened

Two miles of the Red Grade Trails System is now open to the public.

A Look Back in Time: Oct. 10, 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 Oct. 10, 1915.

Fun in Park Means Climbing the Turtle

Fun in the park for one little boy means a climb on the turtle. Sheridan Media’s Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

Waddell Gallery Showing Receives Rave Reviews

A record crowd of more than 150 people attended the artists’ reception Thursday night at the Sage gallery in Sheridan for the exhibit opening of father, daughter artists Theodore and Arin Waddell.

Citations Will be Issued for Passing School Bus

With school back in session, local police Lt. Tom Ringley took a moment during a recent interview to remind drivers that passing a bus with the lights flashing and stop sign out is against the law and citations will be issued.

Weekend Events

Include Dinner, Workshops, Bike Races,Tours, Concert, Jam Session

Several events have been planned over the weekend in and around Sheridan and include a dinner, workshops, bike races, tours, concert and jam session.

Open House at Fire Station

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National Fire Prevention Week will conclude with a special event Saturday. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

SAWS Attorney Recommends Public Meetings

As we reported yesterday, the attorney for the county rural water system board raised questions this month regarding a proposal that the city of Sheridan assume ownership of the system. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair has more details.

County Rejects Counter-Offer for Prisoner Proposal

As Sheridan Media reported earlier, Sheridan County has asked the city of Sheridan to pay the county just over $91 a day for prisoners housed in the Sheridan County Jail for violation of city ordinances.

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