Ron Richter


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Tidbit Saturday to Highlight the Armed Forces

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The latest Tidbit Saturday program at the Sheridan County Museum will have a military theme.

Chamber to Host Business Conference

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a one day conference on Tuesday, May 23 at the Sheridan College Whitney Academic Center that will focus on professional development.

City Finance Director Talks Budget

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The City of Sheridan is in the process of holding a series of budget work sessions regarding the revisions to the City’s budget for the upcoming fiscal year that begins on July 1.

Wild West Swap Meet

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A unique swap meet is coming to Sheridan later this month. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

City to Host Fluoride Public Meeting

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The City of Sheridan next week will host an informational meeting on the topic of fluoride.

Outbuilding East of Sheridan Catches Fire

Crews with Sheridan Fire-Rescue and Goose Valley Fire Department, along with Rocky Mountain Ambulance and the Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of a structure fire at mile marker 9 on US Highway 14 East.

Revenue Committee Meeting

The Joint Revenue Interim Committee of the Wyoming Legislature is meeting today and tomorrow in Saratoga.

SAWS Board Considers Proposed Budget

The Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board met for their regularly scheduled meeting Wednesday night. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter was there and has the details.

Enzi Discusses Economic Growth During Hearing

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The U.S. Senate Budget Committee held a hearing Wednesday that focused on growth policies for the new administration.

‘Nuisance’ Flooding Occurring Throughout the County

Areas along Little Goose Creek and other waterways throughout Sheridan County continue to experience minor flooding due to the snow melt runoff from the Bighorn Mountains.

Electronic Sign Ordinance Moves Forward

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The City of Sheridan Planning Commission has recommended the City Council consider and approve an ordinance that would amend the current sign regulations to allow for installation of electronic signage within the City. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Pint Night at Black Tooth Benefits Keystone Awards

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Black Tooth Brewing Company in Sheridan holds community pint nights occasionally to benefit local nonprofit agencies by donating $1 for every pint they sell during the event.

City Budget Sessions Continue

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The Sheridan City Council held their latest budget work session Monday night at Sheridan City Hall.

Sales and Use Tax Numbers On the Rise

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During Monday night’s budget work session held by the Sheridan City Council, City Administrator Mark Collins said that the latest receipts for sales and use tax show a 2.26 percent increase in collections.

Flood Advisory in Effect for Sheridan County

The National Weather Service in Billings has issued a flood advisory for Sheridan County through 12:15 pm Wednesday.

Deadline Approaching for Juried Photography Show

The deadline for photographers to submit their work for the SAGE 3rd annual juried photography show is only a few days away. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Boot Barn to Host Shelter Adoption Event

The Dog and Cat Shelter of Sheridan will be joining forces with the Boot Barn in downtown Sheridan to help find homes for some of the animals at the shelter.

Exhibit Opening and Reception at Brinton Museum

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A new exhibit will open Sunday at the Brinton Museum in Big Horn entitled “David Plowden’s High Plains: Sixty Years of Photographs”.

Trees for Trash and Community Cleanup Day

Trees for Trash and the inaugural community clean up day will take place Saturday in Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Annexation Ordinance Passes Second Reading

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The Sheridan City Council at their most recent meeting approved an ordinance on second reading that annexes a little over an acre of property that is located near the intersection of College Avenue and Washington Street.