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June 20th, 2017

Take Me Out to the Ball Game

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Commissioners Approve Agreement With Ambulance Service

Sheridan County commissioners have approved an agreement for the coming year with Rocky Mountain Ambulance Service for a payment of $156,000.

Highland Park School Recognized as PLC Model

Highland Park Elementary School has been recognized as a Professional Learming Community Model School.

The EcoFlight Experience

As part of the Wyoming Public Land Initiative, EcoFlight has been flying ranchers, snowmobilers, county commissioners, and more over 9 Wyoming counties.

Petition for Records Regarding Richardson, McMurry Answered

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As Sheridan Media previously reported, a petition was filed on May 30th to the 7th Judicial District Court in Natrona County asking for the release of records about the disappearance of Casper resident Kristi Richardson and the death of Mick McMurry, also from Casper.

City Approves Budget Resolution

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The City of Sheridan will enter year two of their two-year budget cycle when the fiscal year begins on July 1st. Monday night, the Sheridan City Council considered a resolution revising the budget for the upcoming fiscal year. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Liquor License Ordinance Adopted

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Ordinance #2178, an amendment to Sheridan City Code pertaining to alcoholic beverages, particularly, liquor licenses, was approved on third and final reading by the Sheridan City Council Monday night.

Business After Hours

This month’s Business After Hours sponsored by the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce will feature officials from Cloud Peak Energy/Spring Creek Mine.

June 19th

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.

WYOMING-FIVE FATAL CRASH

BAGGS, Wyo. (AP) — A SUV crossed the center line of a highway in south-central Wyoming and collided with a pickup truck, killing four members of a Colorado family and another person.

Buffalo Council Takes Care Of Housekeeping

Buffalo's City Council took care of a number of smaller “house-keeping” items at their last meeting, approving street closures, malt beverage permits, and catering permits.