Dayton

SHERIDAN COUNTY
TAX/AMENDMENT/CONTESTED RACES

The Penny Tax is a keeper. The amendment allowing out-of-state trustees on the University of Wyoming board goes down in flames.

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

Seventeen houses have been built in Sheridan with money secured through the Sheridan Building and Loan association.

The Bureau of Land Management will once again waive recreation-related fees for visitors to the National System of Public Lands on four occasions in the coming year 2015.

Sheridan County and the four municipalities anticipate receiving more than $6.8 million if voters next month approve continuing the current optional one-cent sales tax for another four years.

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.

Candidates for Dayton mayor recently shared their views on business possibilities in the small town north of Sheridan, and on the town's relationship with Sheridan County.

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