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October 22nd, 2014

Dayton Mayor on Benefits of Penny Tax

In less than two weeks, Sheridan County voters will decide on the renewal of the optional one-cent sales tax when they take to the polls on November 4th. The tax was first approved by voters in 1979, and has been in continuous effect since 1989.

Jaycees Getting Set for Halloween Parade

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A local organization is getting ready to host a Halloween themed even this weekend in Sheridan. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the details.

District 1 Expands Dual-Credit Course Offerings

Students at Sheridan County School District 1 now have an increased opportunity for dual and concurrent enrollment courses at Sheridan College.

Hospital Sets Ebola Protocol

Administrators of the county-owned hospital in Sheridan have been meeting for days, now, to develop a protocol to deal with Ebola patients if the virus should surface in this area.

Work Under Way on Fairgrounds Water Project

Work is under way on a project to improve water pressure at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds.

College AgriPark Should Open Next Month

The first phase of Sheridan College's new AgriPark should be finished by the first week of November.

No Decisions Yet on County Grants

Sheridan County commissioners have not yet decided how they will use more than $68,500 in grants that they approved earlier this week.

October 21st

Wyoming News

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Johnson County Accepts Three Of Four Grants

Johnson County's Commissioners had their second meeting of October Tuesday and approved and accepted three of four Homeland Security Grants before them, all for Fiscal Year 2014.

Buffalo's E-Cigarette Ordinance Passes First Read

The Buffalo City Council, at their Tuesday meeting, passed on first reading Ordinance No. 1373, which will amend city code to ban the sale of, possession, and use of electronic cigarettes by those under the age of 18.