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November 3rd, 2014

Liquor License Resolution Needs More Time

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The Sheridan City Council met for their first regularly scheduled meeting of November Monday night. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the details.

Billings Symphony to Perform Free Concert at Sheridan College

The Billings Symphony Orchestra and Chorale will be performing a free concert Friday at Sheridan College. According to a news release from Sheridan College, the Billings Symphony will present its Top Brass Chamber Concert Friday afternoon at 2 in the Whitney Presentation Hall.

Motorized Access Extended on Forest Service Road

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The USDA Forest Service, working with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, has extended motorized accress on the lower portion of Forest Service Road 213, known as Dugway Road, through December 22.

Student Dies, Another Injured in Weekend Altercations

The University of Wyoming community continues to grieve the death of a student who died over the weekend from injuries sustained while trying to break up a fight at a private residence in Laramie.

19 Polling Places Set Up for Voters

Polls open at 7 o'clock Tuesday for voters in Sheridan County's 29 precincts.

Election Office Busy

More than 1,900 absentee ballots had been returned or cast in Sheridan County's election office as of early Monday afternoon.

SaSol Provides Access for Anglers, Hunters

A South African based company that owns land around Lake DeSmet in Johnson County is granting access to anglers and hunters for antelope Hunt Area 10.

Balow, Cebellos Receive Governor Endorsements

Both candidates running for State Superintendent of Public Instruction have now received governor endorsements, not surprisingly sticking with party lines.

Preparing for Ebola in the Cowboy State

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Those “hazardous materials” suits that you see health workers wearing on TV?  Well, they are not comfortable and they are difficult to get on and off.

November 2nd

Liquor License Resolution on Council's Agenda

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At their last meeting, the Sheridan City Council elected to table the retail liquor license resolution that establishes criteria for those applying for a license now and in the future.