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Dayton Not Yet Spending New Captax Funds

The town of Dayton will use the last of its current capital facilities tax funds this spring, and may begin planning projects for the new capital facilities tax around June.

District 1 Meets Tuesday

Sheridan County School District 1 trustees will consider naming a representative to oversee the district's interest during construction of the new Tongue River Elementary School in Ranchester.

Junior High Students Win at State Science Fair

Fourteen students from Sheridan Junior High School qualified to attend the Wyoming State Science Fair held earlier this month on the University of Wyoming campus in Laramie.

Health Dept Pays for Ad Campaign to Promote STD Testing

The Wyoming Department of Health continues to promote free and confidential testing for HIV and sexually transmitted diseases or STDs through its recently updated “KnoWyo” campaign.

Democrats Hold County Convention

The Sheridan County Democratic Party will hold their annual County Convention on Saturday, March 29, starting at 10 in the morning, at the Big Horn Mountain Eagles building on Commercial Avenue in Sheridan.

6th Annual “Filling an Empty Bowl” Fundraiser

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It didn't take long. Fifteen minutes into the “Filling an Empty Bowl” fundraiser, the place was packed. Hosted by the Volunteers of America, funds raised benefit Sheridan's Community Shelter for the homeless.

A Look Back in Time: March 14, 1914

Harvey Gue has purchased the half interest in the Star Grocery store previously owned by his partner, M.R. Irvin.

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School Board Chair Accuses Whitney President of Creating Conflict

In recent weeks, a disagreement has played out publicly between the Sheridan District 2 School Board and the Whitney Benefits foundation based in Sheridan over funding of a proposed multi-recreational facility.

Sheridan Mayor Discusses State Appropriation

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The $3.3 billion budget bill that Wyoming Governor Matt Mead signed last week included $175 million in appropriations to local governments.

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