Monthly Archives: August 2020

Waddle Fire Update 8-19-2020, 1:00 PM

The Waddle Creek fire was reported Monday August 17th around 4:30PM in north-eastern Sheridan County.  Local landowners responded along with crews from Clearmont fire District, Bureau of Land Management, Big Horn County MT, Sheridan County Road and Bridge, Goose Valley Fire Department, and US Forest Service responded.  Crews worked through the night and next day… Continue Reading

County Road #67 Wolf Creek Road Closure

County Road #67 (a.k.a. Wolf Creek Road) will be closed Friday, August 21, 2020 from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. for road repairs. The closure will be at the Ranchester City limits. The detour route will be along County Road #71 (Halfway Lane) and County Road #102 (Dayton East Road). Questions may be directed to… Continue Reading

Let’s Vote Wyo!

In Wyoming, we choose to exercise our right to vote, and in this election, you won’t have to choose between voting and health. Election Day safety measures during COVID-19 are in place. Use this site to learn about safety at the polls, to find out about voter registration and to learn about absentee voting. Let’s vote, Wyoming! Let’s Vote Wyo Website Continue Reading

Change of venue for sale of real property for 2019 delinquent taxes

The sale of real property for 2019 delinquent taxes has been moved to the Sheridan County Fairgrounds Exhibit Hall to provide the public with more room to physically distance themselves from one another. Social distancing is key for reducing the chance of spreading COVID-19, and the previous venue (the Sheridan County Courthouse) cannot accommodate the… Continue Reading

SHERIDAN COUNTY MONITORING NOVEL CORONAVIRUS August 13, 2020 UPDATE

Below is the current confirmed case count: Sheridan County Residents: Total Lab Confirmed Positive Cases: 54 Recovered: 44 Active COVID-19 cases: 10 Hospitalized: 0 Non-Sheridan County Residents in Sheridan: Total Lab Confirmed Positive Cases: 11 Recovered: 10 Active COVID-19 cases: 1 Hospitalized: 1 Deaths: 1 As of Wednesday, August 12, Sheridan Memorial Hospital has implemented… Continue Reading

SHERIDAN COUNTY INTRODUCES NEW COVID-19 PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER

Sheridan County is excited to introduce Jennifer Graves as the county’s COVID-19 Public Information Officer (PIO). In this role, Graves will be the point-of-contact for pandemic-related information coming from Sheridan County and their Incident Management Team (IMT). She will work closely with the IMT, Public Health officials and the community to provide timely updates regarding… Continue Reading

SHERIDAN COUNTY CLERK NOTICE

Early Voting by absentee ballot started Monday,
August 3, 2020 at the Sheridan County Courthouse
from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday – Friday, and will
continue until 5:00 pm on Monday, August 17, 2020. Continue Reading