Dayton

From an Op-Ed piece sent to media outlets Wednesday morning from Senator John Barrasso's office:

"People around the Cowboy State say we need more Wyoming in Washington. In Washington, folks can always use a reminder of Wyoming values -- honesty, integrity, independence, and a strong work ethic.

Every December, the Dayton – Ranchester Rotary hosts a Christmas dinner for the senior citizens in those two communities. Monday night, says Rotarian Warren Mischke, they had a wonderful time.

The Lake DeSmet Counties Coalition Joint Powers Board currently consists of both private citizens and elected county commissioners from both Sheridan and Johnson Counties.

There has been some talk lately about fluoridating local public water supplies. This subject is on the table for Wednesday night's Sheridan Area Water Supply Board meeting. Sheridan Media's Betsy Love has more:

The first presentation for Sheridan College’s Natural Resource Lectures series took place, Monday night in the college’s CTEL room.

There are many indicators that the economy is improving, both nationally and in Wyoming. That is, it is improving--except in the area where it probably matters most. Sheridan Media's Betsy Love has the story:

G&F wants motorists to be "deer aware" while driving.

The Wyoming Game and Fish Regional Office in Sheridan has received many phone calls recently of injured deer near roadways.

U.S. Senator John Barrasso

Over the weekend, U.S. Senator John Barrasso voted against two measures that would have extended Bush-era tax cuts.

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