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October 16th, 2014

Commissioner Clarifies One-Cent Tax Revenues

Sheridan County Commissioner Tom Ringley speaking at the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce luncheon. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

In talking about the one-cent optional sales tax that citizens of Sheridan County will vote on in November, County Commissioner Tom Ringley encouraged everyone to do their homework during a recent public luncheon.

Three Deer Poached in Sheridan County

A cash reward is on the table for information leading to the arrest and conviction of poachers violating hunting regulations in Wyoming.

Leatherman

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Stainless steel heavy duty Leatherman with COLORADO ENERGY MANAGEMENT engraved on the handle and missing lock button on one side. Lost along pathway near water street while weedeating the bridges. Set on bumper of gator while doing repairs and forgot it. Please call (406) 855-3036.

Local Mining Company Recognized for Reclamation Efforts

Cloud Peak Energy, the company that owns and operates the Spring Creek Coal Mine north of Sheridan, was recognized recently for successful reclamation efforts.

Calico Cat

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3-legged, short-haired, gray calico cat named "Spice". Last seen on Monday, Oct. 13 on Hillpond Drive by SHS. Little girl misses her terribly. Please call 751-5482. Thank you. Please call 307-751-5482.

Kitten

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We found a very friendly kitten that is black and white in Dayton. It followed us every where and is now with us in Dayton. Found on 10/9. Let me know if you or someone you know lost a kitten in Dayton, possibly by the park. Please email derocherg@gmail.com.

ATV Ramp

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A small ATV ramp on 10/14/14 on one of the following roads. Big Horn Ave., Brundage Ln., Highway 14 East of town, Upper Cat Road, # 64, or Dow Prong Road, # 151. Please call 07-751-0408

Thursday 10-16-14

House District #30, Val Burgess / Optional One Cent Sales Tax

Thursday, October 16th

Write-In
10-16-2014

W: Paying cash for junk cars and trucks (Paid through 01/09/15)
Call: 752-4511

FS: 1997 1 Ton Chevy Dually Flatbed $2000 obo
FS: 1990 Jayco bumper pull, 28ft camper $3500
FS: 2002 Chevy Duramax, 1 ton flatbed, crew cab $750
Call 307-763-2993 VIII

Senator Says Need Better Ebola Protocols

U.S. Sen. John Barrasso was in Sheridan to recognize Highland Park School. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Wyoming's U.S. Sen. John Barrasso said people around the state are voicing concern about the Ebola outbreak in Texas, especially now that another nurse who treated a patient who died from Ebola has tested positive for the deadly African virus.