Archive - Mar 9, 2017 - News

Hospital Board Reallocates Funds

Sheridan Memorial Hospital trustees reallocated $325,000 from a boiler project during their meeting Wednesday night on the recommendation of the board's finance committee.

Three Montana Schools Dismissed for Friday

There will be no school Friday at three Montana schools due to weather and road conditions.

Public Meetings Planned This Spring on New Invasive Grasses

A working group has been formed and will hold public meetings this spring on the two newest invasive grasses found in Sheridan County.

City Approves YMCA Aquatic Center Agreement

The Sheridan County YMCA is hoping to break ground on their new Aquatic Center this summer. At Monday’s Sheridan City Council meeting, the Council gave their share of funding for this project the green light by approving the YMCA Aquatic Center Agreement.

Second Chance Sheridan Cat Rescue Hosts Free Spay/Neuter Clinic

Second Chance Sheridan Cat Rescue is hosting their first of what will hopefully be several free spay and neuter clinics for the Sheridan community.

Several Pets Involved in Sheridan Structure Fire

On Wednesday, Sheridan Fire and Rescue was dispatched to the report of a structure fire in Sheridan. According to Captain Gary Harnish, the structure was home to several pets.

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RIVERTON, Wyo. (AP) — A Riverton man is accused of killing his former roommate with a claw hammer during an argument.

CUP Approved for Old Apostolic Lutheran Church

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A conditional use permit was approved by the Sheridan County Commission that will allow for expansion of the Old Apostolic Lutheran Church at 111 Metz Road.

Burgess to Host “Wars Voices” Program at Library

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Local oral historian Val Burgess will present the program, “History Speaks - Are We Listening?” on Wednesday, March 22 at 6 pm at the Sheridan Fulmer Library.

District 2 Proceeds with Plans for Collaborative School Pilot

With or without a building, Sheridan County School District 2 is proceeding with plans for a pilot collaborative high school program to start next fall.