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June 23rd, 2015

Tuesday 06-23-15

State Superintendent, Jillian Balow / Miss American Indian Reunion, Judy Slack

County Has One Applicant for Retail Liquor License, So Far

Only one business has applied, so far, for the retail liquor license that became available in Sheridan County with the new census figures.

Sheridan County Commissioners Plan Meeting in Clearmont

A meeting has been set this week for the citizens of Clearmont to hear an update on county road and bridge projects.

Covolo Wins Chamber Trip

Monday was an exciting day for Jennifer Covolo, because she won the local chamber of commerce’s all-expenses paid, three-day trip to The Royal, which is a luxury resort in Mexico.

Planning Commission Recommends Final Plat Approval

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The City of Sheridan Planning Commission considered the final plat for a subdivision at their meeting Monday night. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

Non-Profit Makes Stride Towards Reopening Ski Area

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After almost four years of collaboration between the Antelope Butte Foundation Board of Directors and the United States Forest Service, a Purchase and Sale agreement has been signed by the foundation to purchase the existing ski area infrastructure and improvements.

State Treasurer Provides Update on Capitol Renovation Project

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State Treasurer Mark Gordon provided an update Monday while he was a guest on our news talk show Public Pulse in regard to the $300-million renovation of the State Capitol and Herschler Building in Cheyenne that’s slated to begin soon.

June 22nd

Troopers schedule DH tonight canceled / Generals hoops signs nine / Rockies v D-Backs tonight

AMERICAN LEGION BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers will not play at Thorne-Rider stadium tonight, there opponent canceled the double header.

Troopers Head coach Ben Phillips found out last night that Casper would not be coming to Sheridan to play because the team was tired and they had a couple of injuries, Phillips did say the games will be made up.

Police Report No Major Incidents During Concert

The crowd was large, but didn't cause too many problems for Sheridan police at this year's Big Horn Country USA music festival.

Hospital Trustees to Consider Budget

Sheridan Memorial Hospital trustees will consider approving the hospital's operational and capital budgets in a meeting Wednesday afternoon.