Sheridan County

2016 Keystone Honorees Announced

Jack Pelissier, Judy Taylor and Esther McKenzie have been named the 2016 Keystone Award honorees.

County Will Appoint Viewers Next Year for Road

Sheridan County commissioners will appoint three people next year to view a proposed change in the alignment of County Road 112, which is Park and Skinner streets in the Downer Addition just north of Sheridan.

4-H and FFA to Participate in Stroll This Year

Two Sheridan County youth organizations have special plans for the holiday season. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair has the story.

A Look Back in Time: Nov. 18, 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. 18, 1915.

Goose Valley Firefighters Called to Decker Road

Goose Valley firefighters were called to Decker Road Monday night for what was originally reported as a structure fire.

Councilman Lee Provided City Council Wrap

Sheridan Councilman Alex Lee stopped by the station this morning to talk about last night’s council meeting on our live news broadcast. News Director Leslie Stratmoen has the wrap.

Commission Cancels Nearly $2K Insufficient Checks

Sheridan County commissioners canceled nearly $1,600 in insufficient checks owed to county offices during their meeting this morning.

Sheridan Commercial Air Service Returns This Week

In advance of commercial air service being restored this week in Sheridan, the president of the critical air service team, known as CAST, that’s making the arrangements for its return, provided details about the service during a recent Public Pulse show.

Wildlife Management Areas Close, Brucellosis Sampling Continues

The Kearns and Amsden Creek wildlife habitat management areas in the Big Horn Mountains are now closed.

Sheridan College President Shares Revenue Concerns

The college president responded by saying that it was a relatively small part of the budget.

So, he said, it is a significant change, for some.

To listen to the rest of the interview, go to the Public Pulse page.

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