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June 14th, 2015

No Decision Yet on County Employee Cutbacks

UPDATE: No decision had been made as of Friday about cutting Sheridan County employees from the payroll due to a shortfall of $800,000 in next year’s budget.

June 14th

UW Grad Students Wins Wind Research Fellowship

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A graduate student from the University of Wyoming won a fellowship recently for wind research.

State Pickleball Tourney Set for This Weekend in Sheridan

The Wyoming State Games pickleball tournament will be played this weekend in Sheridan, rather than in Casper. Arlie Johnson says that’s because about 80 players live in this area.

Registration Open for Dayton Basketball Tournament

The annual three on three basketball tournament that raises money for the Tongue River Valley Community Center in Dayton is coming up at the end of the month.

Council to Consider Budget Resolution and Franchise Agreements

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The Sheridan City Council last year adopted a two-year budget, which is the first time the city has taken the path of a two-year budget cycle. Tonight at their regularly scheduled meeting, the council will adopt a budget revision resolution for the fiscal year that begins July 1.

Saturday’s “Walk for Life”

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Nearly 100 walkers showed up on Saturday for Legacy Pregnancy Center’s annual “Walk for Life” a family-friendly walk to help support the center and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this story.

New Museum Building Dedicated

Special ceremonies were held Sunday near Big Horn. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair has the details.

Chamber Director: Lack of Air Service Will Hurt Businesses

As Sheridan Media reported last week, the executive director of Sheridan County's Chamber of Commerce is concerned that loss of commercial air service here is already hurting the county's attraction as a convention site.

Powder River Days

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The 4th annual Powder River Days was held over the weekend at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds. A ranch roping and ranch horse competition, organizer Amy Vineyard says this rodeo is not your professional timed rodeo competition you see during the summer.

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