Sheridan

SAWS Board Approves Investment Policy Change

Members of the Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board, or SAWS, approved changes in the board's investment policy during Wednesday’s meeting, to bring the document in line with current state law.

Speaker Presents Sheridan Water Supply History

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Over a dozen people sat around a table to listen to Helen Laumann talk about the water supply for early day Sheridan residents and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this story.

Project Graduation Plans in Works

Sheridan's 19th annual Project Graduation is only two weeks away.

Big Sky, Not Great Lakes Flew With Federal Funds

A Sheridan County commissioner and the county airport manager said two of the persistent beliefs regarding commercial air service in Sheridan County are simply not true.

Dining For Cause Benefits Sheridan Public Arts

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Another Dining for a Cause event at Frackelton’s is coming up, and as part of the ongoing fundraiser, all of Monday’s lunch and dinner sales will be donated to another worthy organization.

City Commission Government Survived 45 Years

The city of Sheridan incorporated in 1884 under a “mayor-trustee” form of government that soon gave way to a mayor-council arrangement similar to the one in place today.

A Look Back in Time: May 14, 1915

H.C. Benham is the new president of the Sheridan Commercial Club. He was elected last night at the club's annual meeting.

Chamber Speakers Say Sheridan County Has Much to Offer, Even Without Air Service

Economic development attractors remain strong in Sheridan County, even though there’s no guarantee in the near future that air service will be restored.

Mayor Discusses Creek Restoration, Aquatics Facility

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Sheridan’s mayor discussed topics ranging from creek restoration to the city’s partnership with the YMCA to build an indoor aquatics facility Tuesday on Public Pulse. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Sheridan City Council Schedules Budget Work Sessions

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Department heads with the City of Sheridan have been busy preparing the financials for the fiscal year budget that begins on July 1st. The City Council has scheduled five budget work sessions that will begin Wednesday, May 27, and wrap-up Wednesday, June 10.

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