Sheridan County

Painting, Sketching Classes Begin This Week at Art Center

Sketching and painting classes begin this week at the Sagebrush Community Art Center in Sheridan.

Snowpack for Sheridan County Well Below Median

The first snowpack report of the year for Sheridan County was released Monday by the Natural Resources Conservation Service Sheridan Field Office. The report indicates that as of Monday, snowpack water content is well below median for Sheridan County.

Legislative Forum: Local Caregivers Plead for Medicaid Expansion Support

A representative of the state psychological association and the director of a local free clinic encouraged legislators during the recent forum held in Sheridan to support expansion of Medicaid.

Legislative Forum: Land Trust Project Update

Ten years of positively impacting the local area, was what board member Margy Taylor of the Sheridan Community Land Trust detailed for state legislators, during the recent Legislative Forum held in Sheridan.

Sheridan College Hires New Vice President

SHERIDAN COLLEGE NEWS RELEASE
Sheridan College announced today the hiring of Dr. Leah Barrett as the new Vice President for Student Affairs.

Free Self-help Classes Continue

Local counselor Lynn Gordon is back this month offering her Brown Bag Briefings self-help free classes.

Niche Ranks Big Horn High School No. 1 in State

Sheridan County’s District 1 high school in Big Horn has been ranked the top high school in the state by Niche.

Slash Piles in Big Horns Slated for Burn

Plumes of smoke may be seen over the Big Horns in coming weeks. Forest firefighters will be burning slash piles in areas around Red Grade Road. The piles scheduled for burning are located at Swamp Creek, Big Goose Ranger Station, Spear-O-Wigwam, Coffeen Park, and along the road into Dome Lake.

Forest Service Needs Seasonal Workers

The U.S. Forest service is now hiring temporary workers for the spring and summer season in the local area. Susie Douglas made the announcement.

Legislative Forum: DSA Director Tells Legislators Funds Needed for New Phone App for Tourists

Director Beth Holsinger of the Downtown Sheridan Association told legislators the organization was celebrating 30 years in existence, during this week’s legislative forum in Sheridan.

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