Archive - Oct 2, 2017 - News

Council Awards Concrete Replacement Bid

Sheridan's city council awarded a bid for concrete replacement work to S & S Builders LLC for just under $102,400 at their meeting Monday night.

This Week's Poll Question

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With economic downturns in the energy industry, Wyoming’s revenue has plummeted causing financial headaches for those in charge of the state coffers.

Commissioners Ask for Resolution Forgiving Debt

Sheridan County commissioners have asked the county attorney to prepare a resolution forgiving a tax debt that currently clouds the title to the old Highland Park Elementary School property on Avon Street.

Judge Rules DCI Must Provide McMurry, Richardson Investigation Records to the Court

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A Motions Hearing was held Monday in 7th Judicial District Court in Natrona County for the request for records petition for the Mick McMurry and Kristi Richardson cases.

High School Seniors Encouraged to Apply for Daniels Fund Scholarships

The application period is open through Nov. 30 for high school seniors to seek scholarships from the Daniels Scholarship Program.

Salvation Army Funding

The Sheridan County Salvation Army has been a part of the community for around 100 years. Current Administrator Captain Charleen Morrow explains what the organization is.

Old-timers and Newcomers in the News About Cowboy State

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It’s been awhile since we wrote a little roundup of what is going on around the Cowboy State. Here goes:

• “Why are all these people dressed up like cowboys?” a tourist innocently asked Eric Olsen, who owns a western wear store in Lander.

Dance Theatre of Harlem Debuts in Wyoming

On Tuesday, the Sheridan WYO Theater will host Dance Theatre of Harlem, one of the nation’s premier dance institutions that has been around for almost 50 years.

Casual Conversations in History Looks at Wrench Ranch

The Sheridan County Museum’s Casual Conversations in History led by Helen Laumann is an informal conversation on local history.

Wyoming News Update

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CODY, Wyo. (AP) — A pharmaceutical manufacturer is seeking another $12 million in loans from the state of Wyoming so it can expand its Cody operations.