The Sheridan County Republican Central Committee held a special meeting Tuesday night to hear from the five candidates who submitted letters of interest for the vacant County Clerk position. There was also one floor nomination that was considered during the meeting. Sheridan County Republican Party Chair Kathy Coleman tells us which three candidates were selected.
The Sheridan City Council held a noon work session Tuesday where they received a presentation from Sheridan Senior Center Executive Director Carmen Rideout. One of the items discussed was how the Senior Center is coping with the tough economic times.
Wyoming State Auditor Rita Meyer's decision to run for Governor will leave the position vacant, which means that prospective candidates will have a chance to fill that vacancy this November. One of the two candidates to have declared is Bruce Brown, a Wyoming native from Riverton, who now resides near Devils Tower in the northeastern part of the state.
Monday we told you that the Bank of Sheridan / sheridanmedia.com poll question centered around legislation Representative Jack Landon had introduced this last session in Cheyenne. The bill, which proposed repealing the 17th Amendment from the US Constitution, failed on introduction.
Five Sheridan County residents have submitted Letters of Intent to the Sheridan County Republican Party to indicate interest in filling the Sheridan County Clerk seat left vacant late last month after the death of Audrey Koltiska.