Archive - Sep 22, 2016

Revenue Committee Downs Tobacco, Wind Power Taxes

Wyoming Legislature's Joint Interim Revenue Committee

The Wyoming Legislature's Joint Interim Revenue Committee is meeting at the Hampton Inn in Buffalo this week, and during yesterday's first day of their two-day meetings, they discussed and voted down two proposed tax increases, one on cigarettes and the other on electricity generated by wind power.

Council Needs More Time Selecting City Administrator

Sheridan's city council ended two days of meetings Thursday morning without a decision on a new city administrator.

Attorney Says SAWS Needs Someone to Represent Customers

SAWS Attorney Tony Wendtland says the Sheridan Area Water Supply needs a person who will represent the interest of SAWS customers under a city-administered system.

Marvin Lewis Hankins

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Marvin Lewis Hankins
July 6, 1930 – September 21, 2016

Jack J. Perry

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Jack J. Perry, 61, of Sheridan, passed away on Tuesday, September 20, 2016, at his residence.

Online condolences may be written at
Kane Funeral Home has been entrusted with arrangements.

Classes Continue While Threat Investigated

Classes at Sheridan College and school districts in Sheridan and Johnson counties continued as usual Thursday while law enforcement and school officials investigated a series of non-specific threats made against state facilities and schools across Wyoming.

Free Admission on Saturday at the Brinton

Saturday, the Brinton Museum will take part in Smithsonian magazine’s 12th annual Museum Day Live by offering free admission all day. This event is aimed to make learning and the spread of knowledge accessible to everyone.

Wyoming Women’s Antelope Hunt Features 2 Special Guests

There will be two special guests attending the Wyoming Women’s Antelope Hunt that will take place at the Ranch at Ucross on October 6-9.

Thursday 09-22-16

Health and Fitness, Erin Nitschke / Santosha Yoga Workshop Teddy Araas

Dayton to Explore Cost of Utility Mapping

Dayton's town council voted Wednesday night to explore the cost of a project to GPS-map the town's water, sewer and storm water system.