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March 4th, 2015

Ranchester Water Deposit Passes Second Reading

An ordinance setting a $150 deposit for city water service passed second reading at the Ranchester town council meeting Tuesday night.

Tacos for a Cause

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Tacos and family fun will be the theme of a local group’s fundraiser this weekend in Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

Sheridan County Snowpack Report

The Natural Resources Conservation Service Sheridan Field Office released the most recent snowpack report for Wyoming Tuesday.

Naturalization Ceremony Friday at Courthouse

Officials with Sheridan County will welcome three new United States citizens Friday at their Naturalization Ceremony that will be held in the Sheridan County District Court room at 2 o’clock.

March 4th

Sheridan Site Earns Business Council's First Certified Status

Land in Sheridan's Hi-Tech Business Park on the city's north side is the first site in Wyoming to be certified by the Wyoming Business Council's Site Evaluation and Certification Program.

Rotomill, Overlay Program Rated Success

Since 2011, the city of Sheridan has spent just over $5 million to rotomill and overlay nearly nine miles of city streets, approximately 110 blocks, according to Project Manager Joe Schoen.

Whitney Pays Appraisal Value for Paintings

Sheridan County School District 2 Superintendent Craig Dougherty confirmed Tuesday that Whitney Benefits purchased Bill Gollings paintings from the district for the appraised value of just over $3.2 million.

A Place to 'Paint and Sip'

A local has opened a place to “paint and sip” downtown. Hannah Stepenoff has the story.

Two Sheridan High School Seniors Receive STARR Scholarship

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Two Sheridan High School seniors were offered the prestigious STARR Charitable Foundation Scholarship--Judy Chen and Marissa Hegy.

UPDATE: “Right to Try” Bill Still Has Chance in Last Week of Session

Update: The “Right to Try” legislation has passed all three readings in the House of Representatives and a concurrence vote in the Senate. The bill now heads to Gov. Matt Mead's desk.