Archive - Jul 2018 - News

July 24th

Updating the Comprehensive Plan

Sheridan County Commissioner Steve Maier (Photo Ron Richter ©)

When the Sheridan County Commissioners approved the budget for the fiscal year that began on July 1, it included funding to update the Sheridan County Comprehensive Plan.

Dayton Days Begins Friday

(Photo by Pat Blair)

The 42nd annual Dayton Days will kick-off this Friday with a number of events including the “cow pie classic,” a barbecue, children’s pet parade and a movie in the park at dusk.

Sheep Mountain Road Construction

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Construction on Sheep Mountain Road in the Powder River Ranger District of the Bighorn National Forest is underway and will last approximately three weeks.

July 23rd

A Look Back in Time: July 24, 1918

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 July 24, 1918.

Cloud Peak Car Show Winners Announced

The Cloud Peak Car Show happened in Buffalo over the weekend and drew many different classic, antique and unique cars and trucks to Prosinski Park in Buffalo.

Sheridan Commission Amends 2017-18 Budget

The Sheridan County Budget for 2017-18 was amended by the commissioners to show a number of necessary end-of-the-year changes, according to County Administrative Director Renee Obermueller, who explained the changes to the budget.

Buffalo Council Approves Mayor's Appointments

The Buffalo City Council has approved the recommendations from Mayor Mike Johnson for two positions on the Kaycee/Buffalo/Johnson County Economic Development Joint Powers Board.

Eagles Host Commission, State Senate Candidates

Candidates for State Senate District 21 and the Sheridan County commission gather at the Eagles Aerie on Main Street. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Candidates for Sheridan County commissioner and the District 21 state senate seat introduced themselves in a forum Monday night at the Sheridan Eagles 186 Aerie on Main Street.

Commissioners Approve New Detention Officer

Sheridan County commissioners have authorized County Sheriff Allen Thompson to hire a new full-time detention officer.

Atkins to Discuss Research at Congressional Hearing

Randall Atkins, who's CEO and chairman of Ramaco Carbon, is scheduled to speak Tuesday before a U.S. House subcommittee regarding the company's efforts to create the first vertically integrated coal-to-products manufacturing park and research center in Sheridan.