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November 2nd, 2010

Four More Years for Webster

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City Councilman Robert Webster was successful in his bid for another term on the Council.

Ward 3 in Sheridan will have a familiar face representing them for the next four years, as Robert Webster had nearly twice as many votes as his opponent Melvin Krenzelok in one of only two contested races for Sheridan City Council.

1-Cent Optional Sales Tax Results

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With constrained economic conditions, many questioned whether the optional 1-cent sales tax would be renewed in Sheridan County. Sheridan Media's Betsy Love has more:

Ranchester Elects a New Mayor

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The race for Mayor of Ranchester was separated by only 23 votes as Allan Moore edged Peter Clark by the narrowest of margins. Moore says that he intends to keep working on some of the things that were started by longtime Mayor Cliff Clevenger.

Representative Lummis Will Return To Congress

One of the first statewide races to be called was for the U.S. House of Representatives. Republican Cynthia Lummis won a clear majority over her Democratic opponent, David Wendt, and so will be returning to Washington as Wyoming's sole House Representative.

Sheridan County Commissioner Terry Cram Reelected

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Terry Cram (Far Left)

Sheridan County Commissioner Terry Cram was the top "vote getter" in the Commissioner's race, followed closely by Steve Maier and Bob Rolston. Cram, upon hearing that he was re-elected, said he "was just grateful for the support":

Alex Lee Wins Sheridan City Council Ward II Seat

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Alex Lee is the declared winner for Sheridan City Council Ward 2. Lee received nearly 1,400 votes, beating his opponent, Marc Ketchum, who received just over 900.

Johnson County Election Results

Election results for Johnson County

With 100% of the 17 precincts in Johnson County counted, there were no real surprises in the outcomes of the races here.

Sheridan's Stonehenge?

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Bellevue Memorial Park with its unique design and its pergola and columns

Sheridan County Commission Adopts Conservation Design Amendments

Sheridan County Planner Mark Reid

At the November 2nd Sheridan County Commission meeting, Commissioners considered and then adopted Zoning Rules and Division of Land Rules each amended to incorporate the Conservation Design process fo

Annual Library Fundraiser this weekend

Library fundraiser this Friday
Cynthia Twing holds a Wyoming Cowboys' jersey from Buffalo's Chris Prosinski.

The Johnson County Library's annual fund raising auction is Friday, November 5th, at the library.