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Recognition

At the first meeting since her departure from the Sundance City Council, Sheryl Klocker was presented with a cake and commemorative award to mark her years of service since 2011. "I'm very thankful...

 

Making it official

Familiar faces and one new; Judge Matthew Castano swore in Crook County’s elected officials for 2019 in the courtroom on Monday morning. While most of those who will take charge of the county’s... Full story

 

Mayor, council sworn in

The Sundance City Council began the year with an open seat to fill, which was achieved through a council appointment. After Callie Hilty was selected for the position, she was sworn in to serve the...

 

City rate increases pass on split vote

In a rare display of dissent in the Sundance council chambers, a split vote last week saw Mayor Paul Brooks cast the tie-breaker to pass a four percent rate increase on utilities. Council Member Joe Wilson, supported by Council Member Jana McLean,...

 

Well wishes

County employees and Commissioners Kelly Dennis and Jeanne Whalen presented Commissioner Steve Stahla with a card and cake celebrating four years in office last week as his final meeting reached its...

 

Rate increases pass with split vote

In a rare display of dissent in the Sundance council chambers, a split vote last week saw Mayor Paul Brooks cast the tie-breaker to pass a four percent rate increase on utilities. Council Member Joe Wilson, supported by Council Member Jana McLean,...

 

Building without a permit now a fineable offense

Though there are penalties built into the City of Sundance’s zoning ordinances for residents who add on their property without first obtaining the required permits, Council Member Joe Wilson brought it to the council’s attention last week that...

 

Frustration mounts over debris hauling

The City of Sundance is paying more than its public works director would like to haul construction and debris to Gillette, the council heard last week. City engineers Trihydro added to this frustration when Jeff Young reported that the timeline to...

 

Two names in the hat so far for council seat

Two candidates have already put their names forward to fill the open seat on the Sundance City Council and residents who are interested in serving have until the end of the year to submit their applications. The winner of the write-in vote, Todd...

 

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