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Trip N 4 Biscuits to Perform on the Main Stage at 3rd Thursday

The Downtown Sheridan Association’s August 3rd Thursday Street Festival is set for this Thursday and Trip N 4 Biscuits will be performing their tunes on the main stage. Mick Johnson will be performing on the south end of the festival as well.

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WYOMING FLOODING

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The high water that poured down Wyoming rivers and streams from a melting record mountain snowpack this year is being blamed for several river deaths and causing millions of dollars in damage.

Beef, Swine Donated to Senior Center

A beef and a swine from this year's 4-H/FFA Livestock Auction were donated to the Sheridan Senior Center.

Business-Ready Program Benefits Sheridan

Through 2016, Wyoming's Business-Ready Communities Program has funded $16.6 million in Sheridan County, with a local match of $9.6 million, and a private investment of $20.1 million.

JCHC Requests Waiver For Interest On Loan

Nicole Hobbs, Administrator for the Johnson County Healthcare Center, came before the county commissioners at their last meeting to request a waiver on the remaining interest on a $3 million loan the county extended to the center in 2016.

Land Swap Approved By Commissioners

Johnson County's Commissioners approved a land transfer between two land owners to clean up an old, existing issue with the parcel descriptions, according to County Planner Jim Waller, who brought the request before them at their last meeting for their consideration.

Child Support Collection Agreement Renewed By Commission

Johnson County Clerk of District Court Debra Vandel and her office will continue to act as the child support collection after the county commissioners voted to sign the cooperative agreement between the State of Wyoming's Department of Family Services (DFS) and the county at their recent meeting.

A Look Back in Time: Aug. 15, 1917

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 Aug. 15, 1917.

Teachers to Receive Training in Protection

Teachers and other staff in Sheridan schools will receive special training next week in what to do if a shooter invades the school premises.

Bighorn Mountains See Increase in ATV Traffic

This summer there has been a large increase in ATV, Side by Side, and other motorized recreation in the Bighorn Mountains. Wyoming Game and Fish Department Sheridan Game Warden Bruce Scigliano explained that there are many areas in the Bighorns that are off limits to motorized travel.

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