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Council Selects Heath as New Mayor

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Council President John Heath was sworn in as Mayor of Sheridan Thursday. (Photo by Ron Richter)

The Sheridan City Council held a special meeting Thursday to formerly acknowledge and accept the resignation of Mayor Dave Kinskey.

Council Chooses Heath as Sheridan Mayor

BREAKING NEWS: Sheridan City Councilman John Heath has been selected as mayor of Sheridan to continue the term of Dave Kinskey who resigned this week to accept a state senate appointment. Stay tuned to Sheridan Media for the report.

Absentee Voting Begins Today

Wyoming's Secretary of State Max Maxfield is reminding voters through a news release that the 40-day period for absentee voting for Wyoming’s Primary Election begins today and ends Monday, August 18, which is the day before the Primary.

Council Selects Mayor Replacement Today

Dave Kinskey was chosen this week as senator during a joint meeting of the Sheridan and Johnson county commissions. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

A replacement for Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey, who's accepted a state senate appointment, will be chosen during a meeting today at city hall.

Hoop Dancing is More Than Just Jumping Around

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The Historic Sheridan Inn was the backdrop for Wednesday's Native American Pow Wow featuring hoop dancer Brian Hammill and his family from Phoenix, Arizona. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott brings us this story.

Buffalo Bill Focus of Program

Buffalo Bill, aka Wayne Baumann, speaking at the Information Center. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Buffalo Bill, aka Sheridan resident Wayne Baumann, regaled more than a dozen people with stories of the life and times of the great showman at the Fifth Street Information Center on Wednesday morning.

Rodeo Has 'Huge' Impact on Economy

Sam Summers says the Sheridan-WYO Rodeo probably has about a $5 million total cash turnover in the community.

A Look Back in Time: July 10, 1914

A gas engineer from Minneapolis, who is in Sheridan on business, said he is amazed that the city has no gas works plant.

SAWS Adopts New Budget

The Sheridan Area Water Supply governing board has approved a budget that could leave the county water system with more than $200,000 in surplus at the end of the fiscal year.

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