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Mead gets four more years; Mead to focus on coal, Endangered Species Act

November 5, 2014

CHEYENNE (AP) — Gov. Matt Mead says he plans to push in his second term to finish projects that map out a better future for the state. Addressing campaign workers Tuesday night in Cheyenne, Mead said it’s incumbent on people who live in Wyoming to question what they can do every day to make the Read More

Anderson edges out Alley in Dayton mayor race

DAYTON — After 25 years of leadership in Dayton, Mayor Bob Wood will hand over the reigns to newly elected mayor Norm Anderson. Former Councilmen Anderson and Bob Alley both pursued the position of mayor. Anderson won the election with 212 votes. Alley received 134 votes. There were 13 write-in votes. Anderson has served 14 Read More

Election 2014

U.S. CONGRESS (statewide totals) U.S. Senator R – Mike Enzi, incumbent  (119,444) D – Charlie Hardy (29,031) L – Joseph S. Porambo (3,600) I – Curt Gottshall (13,164) U.S. Representative R – Cynthia Lummis, incumbent (111,054) D – Richard Grayson, Apache Junction, Arizona (37,345) L – Richard Brubaker (7,019) I – Daniel Clyde Cummings (6,628) Read More

Jennings wins HD30 seat over write-in

SHERIDAN — During the campaign for the general election, several state and local officials shared anecdotal evidence, based on their recollections, that a write-in candidate has never been elected to state office since at least 1998 and some say even as far back as 1954. That trend still stands. Candidate Mark Jennings won the election Read More

County signs on to help fund UW-run business incubator: Change in managing organization to free up Forward Sheridan

SHERIDAN — Sheridan will become the third city in Wyoming to house a branch of the Wyoming Technology Business Center, a business development program launched by the University of Wyoming in 2006 to help entrepreneurs grow their business start-ups. Sheridan County Commissioners voted Tuesday to sign an agreement with UW that will allow the Wyoming Read More

Holmes earns spot on Conservation District board

SHERIDAN — Incumbent Susan Holmes has retained her at-large seat with the Sheridan County Conservation District. The SCCD oversees comprehensive natural resource conservation programs under the supervision of an elected board. It is the board’s duty to focus and coordinate available resources, whether technical, educational or financial, to meet the needs of local land users. Read More

Patton hangs on to House District 29 seat

SHERIDAN — Rep. John Patton, R-Sheridan, will now enter his fourth term as a representative in the state Legislature and said he looks forward to continuing to serve Sheridan County and the state with the well-respected Sheridan and Johnson counties delegation. Patton won the House District 29 seat with 2,012 votes. He beat write-in challenger Read More

Gun stolen from Sheridan in 1973 shows up in Minnesota

SHERIDAN — It was anything but a typical interagency call. The sheriff’s office in Clay County, Minnesota, notified the Sheridan Police Department to say they’d found property that had been reported stolen in Sheridan. The property? One Colt .45 caliber semi-automatic handgun. The year it was stolen? 1973. The Ritz Sporting Goods on South Main Read More

BHMS announces first-quarter honor rolls

BIG HORN — Big Horn Middle School has announced its first-quarter honor roll recipients. Eighth-grade principal’s honor roll Ellie Bard, Elliot Boley, Cameron Brown, John Chase, Reata Cook, Shyan Davidson, Kade Eisele, Dalton Gregory, Nathan Hecker, Kade Koltiska, Nathaniel Lydic, Brock Michaud, Seth Mullinax, Kaylie Redinger, Georgina Ringley, Jovenai Rosselott, Leah Schuster, Chelsey Swaney, Delaney Walker, Read More

SHS to perform fall jazz concert

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School jazz band will perform its fall concert Tuesday. The concert will be held at 7 p.m. in the Sue Henry auditorium at SHS. The event is free and open to the public. The high school is located at 1056 Long Drive. For more information, call 672-2495.

Sheridan College to host beekeeping lecture

SHERIDAN — The next event in the Sheridan College Museum of Discovery’s science lecture series will focus on beekeeping. Tongue River Honey beekeeper Clifford Reed will present “Survival of Beekeeping in the 21st Century,” Nov. 12 at 7 p.m. Beekeepers today find themselves in a fight for survival, with both the use of chemical pesticides Read More

Thursday Events Nov. 5, 2014

Events for Thursday, November 6, 2014 • 4:30 p.m., presentation of the 2014 Christmas Stroll button design winner, Sheridan City Hall, 55 E. Grinnell St. • 7 p.m., performance by cellist Evan Drachman and pianist Mary Au followed by the recognition of Dr. Seymour Thickman, WYO Theater, 42 N. Main St. • 7:30 p.m., “Dancing Read More

Local Briefs Nov. 5, 2014

Early release for SHS students Thursday SHERIDAN — Sheridan County School District 2 will hold parent/teacher conferences Thursday and Friday. Students will be released early Thursday and there will be no school on Friday. The following are the early dismissals times: • Kindergarten: 11:25 a.m. • Elementary schools: 12:35 p.m. • Sheridan Junior High School: Read More

Shafer ousts longtime incumbent for Sheridan City Council; Gooch, an 11-year resident, will also join ranks

SHERIDAN — Kelly Gooch will join the ranks of Sheridan City Council members this January after receiving enough votes Tuesday to earn one of the three four-year seats on the ballot. Gooch moved to Sheridan 11 years ago with his wife and two daughters. He works at Rehabilitation Enterprises of North Eastern Wyoming as an Read More

SCSD1 gets new board member: Dayton resident Mary Schilling ousts incumbent Penny Mentock-Barkan

SHERIDAN — One of only two incumbents in Sheridan County elections who were ousted from positions by challengers in Tuesday night’s general election came from the Sheridan County School District 1 board of trustees. Challenger Mary Schilling claimed a spot on the five-person team after edging out trustee Penny Mentock-Barkan, 865-731. Trustee Carol Garber was Read More

SCSD2 board gets one new member

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan County School District 2 board of trustees will have one newcomer in January after Susan Wilson won the vacant seat left when trustee Scott Hininger decided not to run for another term. The remaining three trustees up for re-election retained their spots. After 12 years on the board, Hininger changed directions Read More

Unopposed winners in 2014 election

State Auditor R – Cynthia Cloud, incumbent (135,974) State Treasurer R – Mark Gordon, incumbent (136, 596) State Senator, District 21 R – Bruce Burns, incumbent (5,452) State Representative, District 40 R – Mike Madden, incumbent (2,827) State Representative, District 51 R – Rosie Berger, incumbent (3,233) County Assessor R – Paul Fall, incumbent (8,115) Read More

Voters opt to maintain status quo on college district board; three incumbents re-elected

SHERIDAN — The Northern Wyoming Community College District retained three incumbent board members after Tuesday’s election.  The district services Gillette College and Sheridan College in both Sheridan and Johnson counties.  Five candidates ran for seats on the board. Robert Leibrich, Norleen Healy and Jerry Iekel, all of whom were already serving, kept their seats. Mike Read More

Ranchester Town Council to add young blood in January

RANCHESTER — Two candidates who accepted write-in nominations during the primary election ran against each other in the general election to fill one unexpired two-year term on Ranchester Town Council. Jesse Hinkhouse won the election with 122 votes. Candidate Gayle Ogle received 94 votes. There were three write-in votes, but names of write-ins had not Read More

Renewal of Optional One-Cent Sales Tax likely

November 4, 2014

Absentee ballots have yet to be added in, but with 29 out of 29 precincts reporting, Sheridan County voters have OK’d renewal of the Optional One-Cent Sales Tax by a margin of nearly 3,000 votes. Votes in favor of renewing the tax were 5,019. Votes against renewal were 2,345. The tax is an optional penny Read More

2014 General Election final unofficial results with absentee ballots

Absentee votes have been added in and 29 out of 29 precincts are reporting for the 2014 general election. A total of 9,644 ballots were cast. Winners are marked with an asterisk. Final unofficial results for contested local and state Legislature races and renewal of the Optional One-Cent Sales Tax are: STATE LEGISLATURE State Representative, Read More

SCSD2 adds graduation coach to staff

SHERIDAN — The administration of Sheridan County School District 2 made quick work of creating, approving and filling their newest position: a graduation coach at Sheridan High School. During the October meeting of the school board, SHS Principal Brent Leibach and Sheridan Junior High School Principal Mitch Craft presented on behalf of the Graduation Counts Read More

City delays retail liquor license decision again

SHERIDAN — Members of Sheridan City Council were scheduled to approve a resolution Monday that would outline criteria for the sale of new retail liquor licenses, but decided to remove the resolution from the agenda, delaying a decision until the next council meeting Nov. 17. The city is currently in possession of a retail liquor license Read More

Child Development Center Region II receives grant for vehicle

SHERIDAN — The Child Development Center Region II received a $10,000 grant made possible by the Wyoming Community Foundation of Sheridan-Johnson Counties Fund and the Sheridan Area Opportunities Fund. Funds from this grant were used to purchase an all-wheel drive vehicle for Child Development Center staff members to provide home- and community-based education and therapeutic Read More

Billings Symphony to perform free concert at college Friday

SHERIDAN — The Billings Symphony Orchestra and Chorale are coming to Sheridan College for a free concert Friday. The Billings Symphony will present its Top Brass Chamber Concert at 2 p.m. in the Whitney Presentation Hall. The concert is free and open to the public. “Bringing the Billings Symphony to Sheridan College will provide an Read More

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