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Council Candidate Series: Part One

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Council Candidate Series: Part One

Today we begin a three part series that will take a look at each of the candidates for Sheridan City Council Ward One, which is the only contested race for the three open seats on the City Council.

Meet the Candidates Tonight in Dayton

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Dayton residents will get a chance to meet the four candidates for Town Council this evening at the Tongue River Valley Community Center in Dayton. TRVCC Executive Director Erin Kilbride.

Sheridan P.D. to Get New Roof

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Sheridan P.D. to Get New Roof

The roof at the Sheridan Police Department has been a source of problems for a number of years now. Some of those problems will be lessened after the City awarded a contract to Loden Construction of Buffalo for the installation of a new membrane for the roof that will keep it from leaking.

CDC, Hub Int. Need Votes To Win Funding

Sheridan's Child Development Center has been awarded $2000, thanks to Hub International Mountain States, and with the community's voting power, that amount could more than triple.

Sheridan State Senator Recieves Distinguished Fahrenkamp Award

State legislator, John Schiffer, received the Bettye Fahrenkamp Award for Distinguished Legislative Leadership from the Council of State Governments—West.

Lummis Comments on Mitt's Chosen VP Candidate

Wyoming representative, Cynthia Lummis, weighed in on Mitt Romney's chosen running mate, Paul Ryan. Ryan has served as the House Budget Committee Chairman, where he gained Lumims's respect for his fiscal responsibility.

Johnson County Purchases Property Near Fairgrounds

The Johnson County Commissioners, at last week's meeting, voted to purchase a property surrounded by county-owned lands at the fairgrounds.

Rope For Knowledge Sunday At Johnson County Fairgrounds

The Fourth Annual Rope For Knowledge Scholarship Roping to benefit college students from Johnson County will be this Sunday, August 19 beginning at 9am at the Johnson County Fairgrounds in Buffalo.

Pet Owners: Know the Signs of Heat Stroke

One of the hottest summers on record has certainly affected many across the country, as well here in Wyoming. Our four legged friends no doubt haven't enjoyed what seems like oven like heat since early June, as animals can suffer from heat stroke much easier than most humans.

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