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March 17th

Municipal Power Enterprise on Council's Agenda

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(Photo by Ron Richter)

The Sheridan City Council will consider an ordinance on first reading tonight that would establish a municipal electric utility enterprise.

Home Show Draws a Great Crowd

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This year's Home and Garden Show was another success as people stopped by checking out the variety of booths and getting new ideas for their home projects.

The Biggest Crowd Ever

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Who says there's nothing to do in Sheridan? Saturday, the fairground's Exhibition Hall was filled with a sea of little people and their parents, all vying for those special tokens that would get them a super prize.

Only in Big Horn

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Parade Marshal Georgina Ringley

Dubbed the shortest parade on St. Patrick's Day, the folks in Big Horn know how to do it up right.

Getting Your Green Thumb On

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"Growing Together," the joint effort of the Wyoming Master Gardeners and Wyoming Farmers Market Association was held in Sheridan this past Friday and Saturday.

Run 'til You're Green Fun Run

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This year, the "Run 'til You're Green Fun Run," could have been named 'Run 'Til You're Blue," given the chilly weather. In spite of the wind gusts mixed with the cold temperatures, one hundred runners showed up, clad in some kind of green, all to raise funds for the local Jaycees.

This Week's Poll Question

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She's voted in, then she's ousted out, and now she's back in. Now what?

This week's Bank of Sheridan/Sheridan Media poll question is: "Should Cindy Hill be allowed to resume her duties as State Superintendent of Public Instruction?

March 16th

A Look Back in Time: March 17, 1914

Sheridan's police officers received an increase in salary during this morning's city council meeting. Officers now receive $1,000 a year. Under the increase, they will now receive $1,100 after their first year of service.

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County Signs Resolution Backing Rare Earth Elements

Johnson County's Commissioners signed Resolution No. 496 officially supporting the project proposed by the Rare Earth Elements company in Weston and Crook Counties.