Sheridan

Whether they were cattle barons or cowhands, homesteaders or British nobility, many of Sheridan County's pioneer settlers were united by one common bond: Cattle.

With the steady stream of vehicles lined up to take advantage of the annual “Trees for Trash,” is it any wonder the amount of refuse we collect in a year?

This past weekend, Sheridan and Sheridan County residents took their trash up to the dump for free and received a tree in return.

As we reported earlier, Sheridan Public Works Director Nic Bateson and Sheridan County Public Works Director Rod Leisinger came before the Sheridan City Council this week to give an update on a Memorandum of Understanding between the city and the county regarding the transfer of road ownership between the governmental bodies.

Fire from an unknown source totally destroyed the flour mill on West Dow Street shortly after midnight.

The subject of a parking restriction on a local bed and breakfast on Thurmond street in Sheridan caused much conversation during Monday’s Sheridan City Council meeting.

Dayton town councilors Monday night recognized former Mayor Bob Wood of Dayton and Erin Kilbride of Ranchester for awards they'll receive next month from the Wyoming Association of Municipalities.

Ranchester's town council will give second-reading consideration to an ordinance setting sanitation fees, and consider approving on third and final reading an ordinance regarding Tongue River Ditch irrigation.

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is holding public information meetings to review and discuss big game herd management objectives for the Powder River mule deer herd, Gillette, Pumpkin Buttes, and North Black Hills pronghorn antelope herds and the Bighorn moose herd.

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