Pat Blair

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Commissioners Prioritize Sales Tax Expenditures

Sheridan County commissioners will spend $640,000 a year on public safety if county residents vote to continue the optional one-cent sales and use tax in November.

Dayton Council to Meet Next Week

Dayton's town council will consider scheduling a work-study session to discuss Broadway real estate at a meeting next week.

All Expense Reports are In

The county election office has received the last two expense reports due from candidates in the August primaries.

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 2, 1914

The Wyoming Electric Co. has a force of men at work on the new line for the Sheridan-Mines Service.

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 2, 1914

The Wyoming Electric Co. has a force of men at work on the new line for the Sheridan-Mines Service.

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 1, 1914

Bob Terry has Elberta peaches 90 cents per crate, and plums $1.25 for a crate.

Don King Days Honor Long-Time Saddle-Maker

Born in Douglas in August 1923, Don King was the grandson of a cowhand who homesteaded in Converse County after making eight cattle drives up from Texas.

A Look Back in Time: Aug. 31, 1914

Dr. J.H. And Mrs. Bradfield are back home in Sheridan after a very narrow escape when the Admiral Sampson, on which they were passengers, went down in the waters of Puget Sound.

County to Consider On-Farm Sales Resolution

Sheridan County commissioners will consider a resolution that would allow on-farm sales of product and agricultural processing in their meeting on Tuesday morning.

A Look Back in Time: Aug. 30, 1914

O.P. Hanna of Sheridan was among speakers at a recent picnic of the Wyoming State Society at Redondo Beach in California.

Three Candidates Accept Write-in Nominations

One Sheridan resident and two in Ranchester have accepted write-in nominations for municipal offices in Sheridan County.

Candidates File Expense Reports

All but one candidate in Sheridan County's Aug. 19 Primary Election filed their reports of campaign receipts and expenses by late Friday afternoon.

A Look Back in Time: Aug. 29, 1914

T.J. Settle has been elected president of the Sheridan County democratic central committee.

Trainer Talks About Polo, Horses

Trainer Gus Whitelaw shows his methods on a young polo prospect. (Photo by Pat Blair)

More than a dozen people traveled to the Brinton Horse Barn near Big Horn to meet nationally known horse trainer Gus Whitelaw.

Two Accept Write-in Nominations

Two people have accepted write-in nominations and will be on the ballots for municipal offices in November.

Sheridan Man Presents First Namesake Award

Roger Wilson with Distinguished Leadership Award he received on Wednesday. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sheridan resident Roger Wilson presented the first award named in his honor at a banquet Wednesday night at Sheridan's Holiday Inn.

A Look Back in Time: Aug. 28, 1914

J.J. Withrow claims that many of the votes cast in the primary election for county clerk were illegal.

Wilson Receives Leadership Award

Sheridan resident Roger Wilson has received a Distinguished Leadership Award from the Wyoming Chapter of the Wildlife Society.

Races Develop in School Board Elections

Races have developed for elections in Sheridan County School Districts 1 and 2, and in the Northern Wyoming Community College District.

A Look Back in Time: Aug. 27, 1914

A certain amount of rowdyism on the part of boys has prompted city commissioners to station a policeman on duty in Pioneer Park.