Ranchester

Savings Topic at Natural Gas Meeting

Propane gas users could save more than $800 a year by converting to natural gas, and those who use electricity to heat their homes could save about $1,100.

Commitment Asked of Those at Meeting

People attending a meeting in Ranchester Tuesday night were asked to sign a service agreement for natural gas and pay a deposit, if not at Tuesday's meeting then definitely by the end of January.

Final Two Directors Named

The names of the last two directors chosen in last week's fire district elections have been released.

Two Directors Still to be Determined in Fire Districts

Election of directors in two of Sheridan County's five fire districts remained uncertain Thursday, because names were written in, and Election Supervisor Brenda Kekich hadn't been able to contact the two individuals to determine if they would accept their nominations to the fire district boards.

Fire District Elections Canvassed Thursday

Results of the fire district elections held earlier this week will be canvassed Thursday starting at 9:30 a.m. in Room 210 of the Sheridan County Courthouse.

Election Day Tuesday for Fire Districts

Tuesday is election day for five of Sheridan County's six fire districts.

Ramaco Appeals DEQ Decision, PRBRC Responds

Bob LeResche, who's chairman of the Powder River Basin Resource Council, responded this week to an appeal filed by Ramaco following rejection of the company's plans for the proposed Brook Mine.

Sheridan County Students Participate in Freshman Impact Event

High School Students from Tongue River and Clearmont were among over 150 freshman from the region that participated in a Freshman Impact Event in Buffalo earlier this month.

Barkan, Schilling Named to BOCES Board

Sheridan County School District 1 trustees Penny Barkan and Mary Schilling have been named to represent District 1 on the Hot Springs Early Childhood BOCES.

Road ROW Just One of Many Conditions

Peter Clark, who's mayor of Ranchester and chairman of the Tongue River Valley Joint Powers Board, said county action Tuesday, that granted right of way on four county roads, is one of 22 conditions that the joint powers board must meet to secure a loan from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

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