Vacancy – Appointment of Sheridan Council position starting October 31st in accordance with MCA 7-4-4112.
Updated 9:01 a.m. Aug. 31
The Madison County Planning Board met Monday, August 29 for a public hearing on The Crossings development. The meeting went until late into the evening to discuss the proposed development. The subject was tabled until further notice due to the late hour.
This month’s Sheridan Town Council meeting opened with a reminder that the public meeting regarding the subdivision, previously postponed, will be held on July 26, 6 p.m., location to be determined. Mayor Stump encouraged people to look at the plans, and the source documents that can be found at the library or the Planning Board website.
Sheridan to install of a new high school door locking system, will discontinue USDA funded free lunch program
The Sheridan School Board of Trustees met on Monday, June 13. Here’s a recap of what was discussed:
• The board discussed new policy updates for the upcoming school year. Policies will remain very similar to years past.
Pickleball. Fun to say, fun to play! It is also the fastest growing sport in the nation, and possibly Madison County. It combines elements of tennis, badminton and ping pong. It is played with a paddle and a ball with holes in it on a badminton or modified tennis court. The game is appropriate for all ages and all skill levels.
The Ruby Valley swimming pool in Sheridan is getting ready to open its gates for yet another season of fun in the sun. Unfortunately, this cannot happen without a little help from us, the community.
The undefeated Panthers continued their winning streak at their Oct. 1 regional game in Ennis, outscoring their cross-county rivals 43-28.
The 0-5 Mustangs are now prepping for their next matchup on Oct. 8 against the Big Horns of Big Sky. They’ll then have a bye week to recoup before a home game against Twin Bridges on Oct. 22.