Candidate Forum Set for Wednesday in Dayton

Candidates that are vying for seats in this year’s Primary Election will gather at the Tongue River Valley Community Center in Dayton on Wednesday for a forum that is cosponsored by the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Government Affairs Committee.

Water Fight Among Highlights of Dayton Days

Among the highlights of the annual Dayton Days was the Water Fight sponsored by the town's fire department in Scott Bicentennial Park.

Design Under Way for Schiffer School

With a site and funds secured, and an architect on board, the planning and design of the proposed John C. Schiffer Collaborative School is under way.

Dayton Days Begins Friday

The 42nd annual Dayton Days will kick-off this Friday with a number of events including the “cow pie classic,” a barbecue, children’s pet parade and a movie in the park at dusk.

Sheridan Commission Amends 2017-18 Budget

The Sheridan County Budget for 2017-18 was amended by the commissioners to show a number of necessary end-of-the-year changes, according to County Administrative Director Renee Obermueller, who explained the changes to the budget.

Ramaco To Construct Boat Ramp, Parking At Kleenburn

A Ramaco Carbon plan to construct a public boat ramp and expand parking at the Kleenburn Recreation Area was approved after consideration by the Sheridan County Commission at their recent meeting.

Sheridan County Approves WYDOT Grant Agreement

The Sheridan County Commission approved an agreement between themselves and the Wyoming Department of Transportation to participate in WYDOT's Air Service Enhancement Program for the 2018-19 fiscal year.

District 1 Seeks to Do More with Less

The challenge for Sheridan County School District 1, according to School Superintendent Pete Kilbride, is to continue to provide a world-class education for students with less funding.

Sheridan Commissioners To Consider Joining PILT Lawsuit

Sheridan County's Commissioners will consider joining a class action lawsuit to try to recover underpayments by the Federal government for “Payments in Lieu of Taxes” or PILT funds that were not paid to local governments.

Climbing Accident Victim Recovered, Identified

The body of the victim of a climbing accident earlier this week in the Bighorn Mountains has been recovered and identified.

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