Ron Richter

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NewsCity to Apply for Grant to Extend Pathways Ron Richter012 hours 33 min ago
NewsNew Officer Sworn In at City Hall Ron Richter012 hours 33 min ago
NewsCounty Sales Tax Collections Improving Ron Richter01 day 12 hours ago
News8th Annual Goose Creek Cup Ron Richter01 day 12 hours ago
NewsBarrasso Accepting Applications for Internships Ron Richter01 day 12 hours ago
NewsLegislature’s Auditing Committee Works Behind Closed Doors Ron Richter02 days 2 hours ago
NewsSales and Use Tax Collections Up Slightly Ron Richter04 days 12 hours ago
NewsGovernor Mead On Future of Coal Industry Ron Richter04 days 12 hours ago
NewsCity Still Mulling Fluoride Options Ron Richter05 days 3 hours ago
NewsRamaco Receives Research Grant from DOE Ron Richter05 days 3 hours ago
NewsMead Talks Possible Revenue Sources Ron Richter05 days 12 hours ago
News‘Summer Evening at the Mansion’ Ron Richter05 days 12 hours ago
NewsFinal Plat, PUD Amendment Considered by Council Ron Richter06 days 12 hours ago
NewsGovernor Discusses Cybersecurity, Healthcare Ron Richter06 days 12 hours ago
NewsWWF Accepting Grant Applications Ron Richter06 days 12 hours ago
NewsNorth End Utilities Project Ron Richter01 week 12 hours ago
News3rd Thursday This Week in Downtown Sheridan Ron Richter01 week 12 hours ago
NewsJazz Workshop at Spear-O Ron Richter01 week 12 hours ago
NewsContract Approved for Council Chambers Upgrades Ron Richter01 week 1 day ago
NewsCrowell Named New Director of Sheridan VA Ron Richter01 week 1 day ago
NewsWYDOT Overlay and Maintenance Projects Ron Richter01 week 1 day ago
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City to Apply for Grant to Extend Pathways

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The City of Sheridan is seeking grant funding that would allow for a pathway extension and connection from the North Park Natural Area to the New North Sheridan I-90 Interchange Pathway Plan that the Wyoming Department of Transportation has proposed for the new interchange area.

New Officer Sworn In at City Hall

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A swearing-in ceremony was held Tuesday at Sheridan’s City Hall to welcome a new officer to the Sheridan Police Department. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter was there and has the details.

Author Talks New Book

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Author C.J. Box from Wyoming has a new book out entitled “Paradise Valley”, the third installment in the Cassie Dewell series.

County Sales Tax Collections Improving

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Sales tax collections for Sheridan County have improved over the last couple of months and County Commissioners are hopeful that is a trend that continues into the County’s fiscal year that began July 1.

8th Annual Goose Creek Cup

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Some of the world’s best polo horses and players will be in the area this weekend for a benefit for the Downtown Sheridan Association. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Barrasso Accepting Applications for Internships

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U.S. Senator John Barrasso of Wyoming is currently accepting applications for internships in his Washington, D.C. and Wyoming offices, for fall 2017.

Legislature’s Auditing Committee Works Behind Closed Doors

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WyoFile.com- Lawmakers last Wednesday voted to withhold from the public a report on the effectiveness of a state program for treating developmental disabilities in children.

Governor Mead On Future of Coal Industry

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Wyoming Governor Matt Mead remains optimistic that the future of the coal industry isn’t as bleak as some may think.

Sales and Use Tax Collections Up Slightly

City of Sheridan Finance and Administrative Services Director Jim Harmon recently provided an update to the Sheridan City Council on the latest sales and use tax numbers for the City for the month of May.

Ramaco Receives Research Grant from DOE

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Ramaco Carbon, LLC, has announced that it has been selected to participate in an estimated $7 million grant by the U.S. Department of Energy, along with select research and strategic partners.

City Still Mulling Fluoride Options

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Earlier this month the Sheridan City Council held a work session where the idea was discussed of having voters take to the polls to decide whether or not they want to the City to keep fluoridating the public water supply.

Mead Talks Possible Revenue Sources

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State lawmakers continue to grapple with the projected shortfall in education funding that Wyoming faces in the coming years. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

‘Summer Evening at the Mansion’

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The Trail End State Historic Site in Sheridan will be the site next week for a “Summer Evening at the Mansion”.

Governor Discusses Cybersecurity, Healthcare

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Wyoming Governor Matt Mead held a news conference Wednesday, where he discussed a number of topics concerning the State. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Final Plat, PUD Amendment Considered by Council

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The Poplar Grove Planned Unit Development phase four was recently considered and approved by the Sheridan City Council this week.

WWF Accepting Grant Applications

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The Wyoming Wildlife Foundation is encouraging organizations working for wildlife in the state to submit a grant application for funding by the end of the business day on August 15.

North End Utilities Project

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The City of Sheridan will move forward in applying for a state grant to help fund a utilities project in the area where the new North Main Interchange will be located. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

3rd Thursday This Week in Downtown Sheridan

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Downtown Sheridan will once again be filled with music, food and fun as the Downtown Sheridan Association 3rd Thursday Street Festival will take place along Main Street Thursday night from 5 to 9 pm.

Jazz Workshop at Spear-O

The Sheridan College Spear-O Mountain Campus will be the site for the first Jazz in the Bighorns Summer Music Workshop Sunday, July 30th, through Friday, August 4th.

Contract Approved for Council Chambers Upgrades

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A contract was awarded Monday night by the Sheridan City Council that will facilitate upgrades to the audio/visual equipment in Council Chambers. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.