Ranchester

At Monday night's School District 1 Board meeting, the board listened to presentations by Tongue River Middle School 8th graders from Mrs. Moline's class tell about a project they helped produce for a statewide association. Student Casey Caywood explains.

Now that the Ranchester Council has held their last meeting of 2010, we figured it would be appropriate to hear from longtime Mayor Cliff Clevenger, who sat in on his last meeting as Mayor earlier this week.

General business approvals were made at the Sheridan County Commission's final 2010 regular meeting Tuesday.

At the final Sheridan County Commission meeting of 2010 Tuesday, Commissioners approved entering into a Joint Project Agreement between the National Weather Service and the City of Sheridan for stream gauging and rain gauging equipment for the Goose Creek Flood Notification Network Plan.

One time touted as the “Most Popular Governor in the United States,” Governor Dave Freudenthal is getting ready to hand over the reins to Governor-elect Matt Mead on January 3rd.

Johnson County and Sand Creek Ranch have reached an agreement in their nearly three-year dispute over valuation of lands in the ranch conservation community. Johnson County News Director for Sheridan Media, Aaron Palmer, has the report.

The Board of County Commissioners of Johnson County, acting in its capacity as the County Board of Equalization (“Board”) and the Sand Creek Entities (“Sand Creek Entities”) agree on this 20th day of December, 2010 as follows:

Green House for Living in Sheridan held a ceremonial groundbreaking in early November of this year. Green House recently requested a fee and permit waiver from the City of Sheridan in the amount of $137,568, which was approved by the City Council this week.

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