Archive - Mar 21, 2018 - News

Library Board Looks at Flat Budget for Year Ahead

The Sheridan County Public Library System is looking at a flat budget in the year ahead.

Siddle Announces Run for County Commissioner

Nick Siddle, retired agriculture teacher, FFA advisor and Sheridan WYO Rodeo board president, has announced he's running for Sheridan County commissioner in the upcoming 2018 election.

What in the World?

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An image shared on social media Wednesday by Marla Lloyd of Sheridan, shows what appears to be a minivan on the roof of a home.

Cheyenne Businessman Enters Wyoming Governor's Race

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A Cheyenne businessman is running for governor of Wyoming. Sam Galeotos is a Republican and executive chairman of the board of Green House Data Corp. He announced his campaign Wednesday in Cheyenne.

MRG For Air Service Cut by 47 Percent

The minimum revenue guarantee that will be provided for commercial air service in Sheridan County in the year that starts on July 1 is 47 percent less than for the current year.

Spring Into Camp Craft Fair

On Saturday, the First Presbyterian Church in Sheridan is hosting the Spring Into Camp Craft Fair to help Camp Story get ready for summer.

WYO Children’s Series Continues Sunday with Mr. Popper’s Penguins

The Sheridan WYO Theater will continue their Children’s Series on Sunday and Monday with presentations of the play Mr. Popper’s Penguins.

YMCA Member Camp Registration Day Set for Saturday

Now that the sun is sticking around a little longer each day and the snow is melting, it’s time to start thinking about what you will be doing for the summer. For children in the community, there are a plethora of activities available through the Sheridan County YMCA’s Summer Camps.

Sales and Use Tax Update

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City of Sheridan Administrator Mark Collins provided the sales and use tax numbers for January during Monday night’s Sheridan City Council meeting.

Change Order Approved for Water Meter Replacement Project

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The Sheridan City Council considered a request for a change order at their meeting Monday night for the City’s water meter replacement project. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.