Sheridan County

Adult Hunters Still Need License to Kill Rabbits

A local game official says there’s still some confusion about hunting small game, like cottontail rabbits. Bud Stewart of the Sheridan Game and Fish office says anyone 14 years or older must have a small game license.

Museum Christmas Programs Feature Traditions, Story Reading

About a month out from winter closure, Director John Woodward said there’s still time for visitors to see the season’s exhibits at the Sheridan County Museum before they’re dismantled.

Two Sentenced on Drug Violations

Two Sheridan men were sentenced on unrelated drug charges in district court in Sheridan today.

Story Man Sentenced for Burglary

Glenn Murphy of Story has been sentenced to up to three years in prison, suspended in lieu of 18 months of supervised probation for burglary of a residence last year.

A Look Back in Time: Nov. 25, 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 Nov. 25, 1915.

Child Killed in Crash North of Sheridan, Four Others Survived

A two-year old boy was killed and four others injured early Tuesday morning when their SUV rolled off the interstate north of Sheridan.

Trial Set for Defendant in Drug Charge

Trial has been set for April for a Sheridan man charged with possession of methamphetamines.

Sentencing Pending in Sexual Abuse Case

Sentencing is pending for a Sheridan man charged with third degree sexual abuse of a minor.

Lodge Grass School to Open Wednesday

UPDATE – The Lodge Grass School that was closed earlier this week will resume classes Wednesday.

Power Out in Southeast Sheridan

UPDATE 4:35 p.m. - A fallen tree was the cause of an outage that left more than 300 people in southeast Sheridan without power this afternoon, but service has now been restored to all customers.

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