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Dayton Council Starts Budget Work

There's good news for Dayton if Wyoming Association of Municipalities projection are right.

College Construction Continues

Renovation continues on Sheridan College’s Thorne-Rider Campus Center, with construction crews working on the campus’ new outdoor mall that includes a plaza and amphitheater, and changes to the façade of the Griffith Memorial Building.

Seminar Topic: 'Your Future'

The Wednesday lunch series focusing on personal growth continues this week, with the topic – “Your Future: The Only Way is Towards.”

County Helps Fund Pipeline Project

While the members of the Tongue River Valley Joint Powers Board wait for money from the state to help build a natural gas pipeline to the towns of Ranchester and Dayton, the Sheridan County Commission is lending support to move the plan forward.

Alcohol Leads to Several Arrests

Sheridan police officers were kept busy over the weekend with several calls involving alcohol-related arrests. In two separate incidents, alcohol so disoriented two men, they didn't know where they were.

A Look Back in Time: April 22, 1914

Fred C. Poll has been re-elected president of the Sheridan Building and Loan Association.

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City, County Discuss Memorandum of Understanding

Prior to their regularly scheduled meeting Monday night, the Sheridan City Council sat down with the Sheridan County Commissioners to discuss a memorandum of understanding pertaining to annexation of county land and roads into the City.

Councilman Rios Sworn In

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The Sheridan City Council at their April 7 meeting appointed Jesus Rios to fill the unexpired term of Levi Dominguez, who resigned from the Council in January. Monday night, Judge Jon Botten made it official, as Rios was sworn in as a member of the City Council.

Buffalo Employees' Health Insurance Will Not Increase

Buffalo's City Council, at their last meeting, renewed the city's existing employee health insurance program with Blue Cross/Blue Shield for another year, because the provider did not raise the rates on the city for the insurance.

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