Archive - Sep 2, 2014 - News

Resolution Approved Supporting Sales Tax Renewal

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Sheridan City Councilman Jesus Rios (Photo by Ron Richter)

The Sheridan City Council Tuesday night approved a resolution outlining the funding for the optional one-cent sales tax if it is renewed this year during the General Election in November.

Council Approves Land Purchase

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The Sheridan City Council approved a land purchase at their meeting Tuesday night. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Commissioners Prioritize Sales Tax Expenditures

Sheridan County commissioners will spend $640,000 a year on public safety if county residents vote to continue the optional one-cent sales and use tax in November.

Dayton Council to Meet Next Week

Dayton's town council will consider scheduling a work-study session to discuss Broadway real estate at a meeting next week.

All Expense Reports are In

The county election office has received the last two expense reports due from candidates in the August primaries.

Spots Still Open for MASH Tourney

The Sheridan Memorial Hospital's MASH bash golf outing is coming up this weekend. The drive for the cause will be held Friday and Saturday and in this case MASH stands for Medical Advancements for Sheridan Hospital.

Love Challenges Gosar to Move Past Rhetoric

In a recent interview with Pete Gosar who's challenging Republican Governor Matt Mead on the Democratic ticket, Sheridan Media's Kim Love pushed the candidate to move past the campaign rhetoric.

Sage Grouse Conservation Group Meets

A local group hoping to keep management of the Wyoming sage grouse in state hands is meeting next week in the local area. Sheridan Media's Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

Celebrating Big Horn

Celebrating the community of Big Horn is what Big Horn Heritage Days is all about and Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this story.

A Rodeo Like No Other

It's been a tradition dating back to 1989. Held the Sunday and Monday of Labor Day Weekend, Don King Days is one of the last big “hurrah” celebrating the cowboy lifestyle of the year.