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Tidbit Tuesday Features Constellations

For the second and final Tidbit Tuesday of the month, the youngsters that attend the Sheridan County Historical Society and Museum’s program will learn about Constellations from Fort Phil Kearny’s Misty Stoll.

County Fire Restrictions Still In Place, No Talk of Ban Yet

Much of the west coast and some states surrounding Wyoming have been dealing with fires over the past several weeks. Sheridan County and most of the state has been relatively quiet in terms of infernos this season but that doesn’t mean we are out of the woods yet.

Commissioners Urge County Homeowners to Have Visible House Number

When responding to an emergency call, knowing the victim’s location is paramount.

Hunter Ed Class Scheduled for August 20

If you are a first time hunter or have a child planning to hunt this fall for the first time, there will be a hunter education course available next week.

Ice Cream with a Cop Set for Saturday

Sheridan’s Kendrick Park will be the setting for the next Sheridan Police Department Outreach event that is set for this weekend.

Dodson Responds To Barrasso Ads

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Sitting U.S. Republican Senator for Wyoming John Barrasso is currently running ads that call to question several items that he sees as issues with Dave Dodson’s Candidacy for the seat that Barrasso currently holds.

6th Sod Farm Festival Set for Saturday

The 6th Sod Farm Festival is set to take place in Sheridan on Saturday afternoon through the evening. This event serves as a fundraiser for local non profit organization Project Schoolhouse.

Severe Motorcycle Crashes Remind Riders Importance of Helmets

In the last week, there have been two severe motorcycle crashes on I-90 in Sheridan County, with one resulting in a fatality.

Rain Helps Fight Lame Deer Fires

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Nine lightning fires were reported on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation near Lame Deer, MT on Sunday and thanks to fire crews hard work and some help from mother nature in the form of rain, progress has been made.

Gagliano Presents New Books at the Fulmer

Local Author Gene Gagliano will be making a special stop this Friday at the Sheridan Fulmer Library. Gagliano will be presenting on showing, not telling in writing, character creation, and using sensory triggers in story ideas for grades 1-8.

Fire Risk in the Bighorns Very High to Extreme

Due to the recent weather conditions experienced in the area, the fire danger on the Bighorn National Forest is at very high to extreme.

Crews Battle Several Fires Near Lame Deer

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According to a BIA release, there are several fires currently burning in the Lame Deer, MT area. Bureau of Indian Affairs Officials say that these wildfires are the result of a lightning burst Sunday evening on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation.

The Sheridan Shakespeare Company Presents The Tempest

This Thursday and Friday, a new theater company in Sheridan will present their debut outing, The Tempest.

Smokey Visits the Fulmer

A special guest will be stopping by the Sheridan Fulmer Library on Friday to teach some safety information. Sheridan County Library System Programming Coordinator Zola Shockley explains.

Fish Monitoring in the Bighorns

Local fishery biologists with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department regularly sample high country lakes and reservoirs to see how fish populations are doing.

Firetruck History at Tot Spot

On Tuesday, the Sheridan County Museum and Historical Society will host their Tot Spot program for kids 3 and younger.

Thompson Talks Streetscape Project

In 2023, Sheridan’s Historic Main Street will be getting a makeover by the Wyoming Department of Transportation.

Beaver Talks Candidacy for City Council

Clint Beaver is one of 5 candidates vying for one of the three, four year terms on the Sheridan City Council this election cycle. Recently, Beaver shared some insight about himself for the voters.

Jazz on a Summer Night Concert Moved

The Sheridan College Jazz on a Summer Night Concert has been moved indoors due to the excessive heat warning. It will now take place at the Sheridan College Whitney Center for the Arts tonight at 6pm.

The event remains free and open to the public.

YMCA Annual Closure Starts Saturday

The Sheridan County YMCA’s Annual Maintenance Closure will start on Saturday. Y Executive Director Liz Cassiday said that there will be no regular services offered during this period.