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Commission Approves Fairgrounds Change Order

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The Sheridan County Commissioners Tuesday approved a quarry permit for John E. Rice and Sons, Inc, doing business as the Wrench Ranch, to operate a quarry where crushed base and hot plant mix will be produced for WYDOT’s North Main Interchange project.

Dayton Council Recognizes WAM Honorees

Dayton town councilors Monday night recognized former Mayor Bob Wood of Dayton and Erin Kilbride of Ranchester for awards they'll receive next month from the Wyoming Association of Municipalities.

Sanitation Fees on Ranchester Agenda

Ranchester's town council will give second-reading consideration to an ordinance setting sanitation fees, and consider approving on third and final reading an ordinance regarding Tongue River Ditch irrigation.

Land Trust Encourages Children to ‘Unplug’

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The Sheridan Community Land Trust, as part of a national initiative, is inviting the public to “Unplug” for a week beginning May 18th.

G&F Seeks Public Input on Sheridan Region Big Game Herd Objectives

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is holding public information meetings to review and discuss big game herd management objectives for the Powder River mule deer herd, Gillette, Pumpkin Buttes, and North Black Hills pronghorn antelope herds and the Bighorn moose herd.

District 2 Trustees Get First Look at Budget

Sheridan County School District 2 could spend about $1.5 million more from the general fund next year than in the current fiscal year, but will spend $4 million less on capital construction projects.

“Baltimore or Bust”

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Sheridan’s own American Legion 7th Cavalry Drum and Bugle Corp is a one-of-a-kind bugle corp that’s been invited to the national convention of the American Legion in Baltimore.

Revisit History With the Sheridan Chronicles

What well-known Sheridan dentist saved Fort Mackenzie, and what Wyoming newspaper editor made dire predictions when Sheridan County organized?

Program Focuses on Willows in the Big Horns

Willow communities in the Bighorn National Forest, and whether they're in decline, will be the focus of a program at Sheridan College on Wednesday night.

Holy Name to Host Dinner to Raise Funds for Student

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Holy Name Catholic School is asking the community to come out for a spaghetti dinner on Friday to help a young student and her family through a very trying time.

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