The Dayton Benefit Club hosted its first ever chili supper and cook-off Saturday to help raise funds for a new roof for the Dayton Community Hall. Eight-four years old, the building, according to Club President Theresa Luskin, has seen its fair share of use.
The Sheridan City Council at their last meeting elected to put on hold a couple of applications for the last retail liquor license that the city has. The council then agreed to have staff work on a resolution that establishes criteria for those applying for liquor licenses, now, and in the future.
Because of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa that's killed thousands, and has found its way to the United States via a person who traveled from the area and is now dead, this week's poll question asks:
Taken by John Spencer. (Courtesy of the Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum)
Taken by Dave Stoetzel. (Courtesy of the Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum)
The Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum unveiled its exhibit “Untrammeled: 50 Years of the Wilderness Act Through The Viewfinder” in May, which displayed historic and modern photographs of the Cloud Peak Wilderness area side-by-side to compare the areas in photographs from 1923 and from 2013.
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