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May 21st, 2015

City Budget Sessions Begin Next Week

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The Sheridan City Council will begin their annual budget work sessions next week. The first session will take place next Wednesday at 5 in council chambers on the third floor of City Hall and it will focus on an amendment to budget introduction and an update on the city’s five year financial plan.

Fun-Run-Walk-Bike Event Benefits Story Community

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A week from Saturday there will be a fun run-walk-bike event in Story to benefit the Story Community Fund. Bernie Spielman is a board member of the Story Community Fund, and he says that the event is a fundraiser for nonprofit organizations in Story.

County Renews WIC Contract, Declares May National Museum Month

The Sheridan County Commission renewed its contract with the state health department's WIC program during Tuesday's meeting and declared May as National Museum Month.

A New Miss Wyoming Will Be Crowned Soon

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The 2015 Miss Wyoming Scholarship Pageant is set to take place Saturday night May 30, at 7 at the WYO Theater in downtown Sheridan. For over a decade, Sheridan has hosted the competition, as the Miss Wyoming Scholarship Program that is comprised of all volunteers, is based in Sheridan.

May 20th

Ranch Sustainability Forum Draws Praise

Keith Klement was pleased with this year's Ranch Sustainability Forum.

Search is on for Habitat Director

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Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns, Matt Davis will soon be headed to Boise, Idaho, and new opportunities.

Library Trustees Hold Monthly Meeting

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The Sheridan County Public Library Board of Trustees held their monthly meeting Wednesday. Director Cameron Duff reports the library is staying within its budget.

Visits with Our Vets

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In advance of Memorial Day, Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott is visiting with several veterans including Margie Sheridan. Here’s the story.

Change Proposed in Mosquito Control Program

Sheridan Recreation District board members have been asked whether they want to continue operating the city's weed and mosquito control program.

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