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Dayton, Ranchester Mayors Advance to General Elections

Incumbent Mayor Norm Anderson and challenger Dan Dowdy both advance to the November general elections in Dayton's race for mayor, but only two of three candidates for mayor in Ranchester will be on the November ballot.

Voting Reported Running Well Despite Glitch

Election day started out with a slight error but the situation was quickly resolved and didn't affect how votes were counted.

Trump Tweets for Friess

President Donald Trump tweeted Tuesday urging Wyoming Republicans to vote for Foster Friess for governor.

Home Damaged But No Injuries Reported in House Fire

Fire caused heavy damage to the first floor of a home in the 300 block of Gladstone Street Tuesday morning, but no injuries were reported.

A ‘Come Home to Wyoming’ Campaign Might Fill Critical Jobs

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Way back in December 1999 I wrote a column, which detailed the achilles heel of Wyoming's economic expansion - the lack of qualified workers who live here.

My solution was inviting natives, former residents and frequent visitors back home to the Cowboy State as a key way to solve this problem.

Wyoming Theater Festival to Return in 2019

After three seasons of new American plays and musicals, the Wyoming Theater Festival took a break in 2018 to put what they have learned over the past few years into practice according to Artistic Director DannyLee Hodnett.

Hardy Drops Out of Senate Race

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A candidate running for the U.S. Senate seat in Wyoming that is up for grabs this year has announced that he has withdrawn his candidacy. According to the Wyoming Secretary of State’s Office, Charlie Hardy withdrew his application for the Republican Party nomination for U.S.

Council Supports SEEDA Grant Application

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The Sheridan City Council met for their regularly scheduled meeting Monday night. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Council Approves Change to Municipal Court Costs

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When the City of Sheridan approved their budget for the fiscal year that began on July 1, it included funds to purchase new software for Municipal Court.

New UW MBA Students Kick Off Year with Unique Experiential Learning Opportunities

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The fall 2018 semester doesn’t begin officially until Aug. 29 at the University of Wyoming, but the incoming class of UW Master of Business Administration (MBA) Program students already is fully engaged.

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