Fire Restrictions Now In Place

Fire Restrictions Now In Place

Ironically, a wet spring can mean a fire-filled summer. Sheridan County Fire Warden Bill Biastock says that our green spring has produced good grass that is drying rapidly, increasing the risk for wild fires:

He recommended to the Sheridan County Commissioners that fire restrictions be imposed. The Commissioners signed a resolution, authorizing fire restrictions to begin at 12:01 a.m.Thursday, July 29th:

The county-wide restrictions are expected to be in effect until late fall, after the antelope hunting season, depending on how dry the conditions are.

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