Ron Richter


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Registration Open For Governor’s Business Forum

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The Governor’s Business Forum will take place this year November 7 through the 9 at the Little America Hotel and Resort in Cheyenne.

Going Digital

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The City of Sheridan is taking steps to streamline their how they get information out to the public through social media. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Annual Women’s Antelope Hunt Fast Approaching

The fifth annual Wyoming Women’s Antelope hunt is set to take place October 12 through the 15 at the Ranch at Ucross.

City Accepts 5th Street Ownership from WYDOT

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A little over 6 years ago the City of Sheridan entered into an agreement with the Wyoming Department of Transportation to design and construct the 5th Street Underpass Project to provide a safer connection to Sheridan’s pathway system.

Helping Where It’s Most Needed

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A Sheridan resident will soon be using his skills to help those who’ve been affected by the recent hurricanes. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

Jury Finds Sheridan Man Guilty of Felony Child Abuse

After a four day trial in Fourth Judicial District Court in Sheridan, a jury came back Thursday evening with a verdict of “guilty” to the charge of Aggravated Child Abuse against Sheridan resident Robert Swett.

Kendrick Park to Close to Vehicular Traffic Soon

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A project at a popular destination in Sheridan will soon affect motorists. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Oktoberfest at Black Tooth

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Black Tooth Brewing in Sheridan will be hosting their 3rd annual Oktoberfest party Saturday at their taproom on Broadway Street.

Doubleday Pipeline and Ditch Use Agreement

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A pipeline ditch use agreement for the Doubleday Sports Complex in north Sheridan was approved this week by the Sheridan City Council.

Woodland Park Garden Project

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A Speciality Crop grant through the Wyoming Department of Agriculture, allowed for a team from the University of Wyoming Extension Office, led by Jeff Edwards, to travel to Sheridan this week to build a 16’x32’ hoop house on the future site of the Woodland Park Garden, adjacent to Woodland Park Elementary School. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

Change Order Dilemma Fixed

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As Sheridan Media previously reported, the City of Sheridan recently learned of a change order request totaling over $800,000 for the City’s meter system installation project.

Governor’s Tech Summit Comes to a Close

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Governor Matt Mead’s 4th annual Wyoming Global Technology Summit came to a close Wednesday after three days of presentations focused on the future of the tech industry in the State.

SEEDA Board Discusses Vacutech Grant

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Ther Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority Joint Powers Board discussed a recently awarded grant and loan from the state at their meeting Tuesday. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

SEEDA Eyeing Workforce Housing Study

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A workforce housing study is being considered by the Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority Joint Powers Board.

Governor’s Tech Summit in Jackson

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Governor Matt Mead’s Global Technology Summit in Jackson enters its final day today with presentations scheduled that will focus on artificial intelligence and healthcare innovations throughout the State.

Council Listens to Comments on Non-Discrimination Resolution

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Nearly 20 citizens spoke before the Sheridan City Council Monday night during the public comment portion of the meeting.

MDU Franchise Agreement and Bar and Grill License Fee Structure Approved

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Two items under old business that were considered by the Sheridan City Council Monday night were also up for third and final reading. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

Administrator Provides Sales and Use Tax Update

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The sales and use tax numbers for the month of July were made available to the Sheridan City Council at their regularly scheduled meeting Monday night.

Bar & Grill License Fee Structure Up For Third and Final Reading

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The Sheridan City Council will make their final decision Monday night regarding a fee structure for the two new bar and grill licenses the City received earlier this year. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

LGBT Resolution to Be Discussed at Council Meeting

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At a Sheridan City Council study session in August, Sheridan resident Brad Mohrmann, speaking on behalf of an informal group of concerned citizens, said that they’d like to see the City Council adopt a resolution supporting the LGBT Community in Sheridan.