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Scott Stults, Sheridan School District #2 superintendent, speaks about the rapid rise of vaping in the schools Monday, July 26, 2021.

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Dan White, disciplinarian at Sheridan Junior High, describes the rapid rise of vaping in the school during the Sheridan City Council meeting M…

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The city of Sheridan is working to address a rapid rise of vaping in Sheridan School District #2 by introducing a new ordinance, which raises …

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City attorney Brendon Kerns discusses a potential ordinance, which would institute a maximum $750 fine for vaping on school grounds during a S…

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“Our hope is that, if the towns of Dayton and Ranchester both contribute some ARPA dollars, it could keep the service line connection price down to between $1,500 and $2,000,” said Peter Clark, mayor of Ranchester and chair of the Tongue River Valley Joint Powers Board. “That’s a third to a half of what it is right now, depending on the individual property.”

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Peter Clark, chairman of the Tongue River Valley Joint Powers Board, approves bills at the board’s March 18, 2021 meeting. Clark said prelimin…

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Bagging a moose or bighorn sheep in Sheridan County may become a little easier if the Wyoming Legislature moves forward with recent recommendations from the Wyoming Wildlife Taskforce.

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“Especially if you grew up in this area like I did, it’s a time to see friends you haven’t seen since last year,” Reichert said. “People tend to converge back in Dayton for Dayton Days.”

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