NOTICE TO ALL RANCHESTER WATER CUSTOMERS

The Town of Ranchester Water Department is upgrading its water meter reading equipment. Ranchester is one of the last towns in Wyoming still using a touch read water meter reading system. This system requires a town employee to visit each water meter in town every month and physically place a hand held reader onto the meter touch pad. New radio read equipment has been purchased and when installed will allow meters to be read from the street. This will be faster and much less intrusive to resident property. Over the next several months Town employees will be installing the water reading transmitters on each meter touch pad. This will take approximately 10 minutes at each location to install and program the new transmitter. We are asking for your patience during this equipment upgrade. If you have any questions about the new water meter reading equipment or anything else regarding the towns water system feel free to call Tracy Kepley or Gary Madden at 655-9702.

   Sheridan County Emergency Management MEDIA RELEASE October 24, 2018

 FROM:            Sheridan County Emergency Management Sheridan County, Wyoming Contact:          307-675-2569, scema@sheridancounty.com; ; or  674-2900, bocc@sheridancounty.com Be sure to visit www.sheridancounty.com for the latest County news and information.                                                                                                                                                 For Immediate Release   The National Service Office (NWS) in Billings, MT, has issued the following Fire Danger Warning for Southeast Montana, including Sheridan County.  This is… Continue Reading

Ranchester July 4th Event including the Wyoming Wife Carrying Race

Come out to Connor Battlefield State Park in Ranchester Kids Bounce House 2-6 PM Sign ups for Wyomng Wife Carrying Race can be done online http://www.itsyourrace.com or in person starting at 2 PM Wyoming Wife Carrying Race 3 PM Kid Friendly Games 3-5 PM Boat Races at 5 PM Food & Drink Vendors Music by… Continue Reading

What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You!

What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You! If you are age 21-80 learn your risk for developing 6 different chronic diseases $3 out of every $4 spent on healthcare is for treatment of chronic disease Better lifestyle habits can help prevent 80% of heart disease and 90% of type 2 diabetes The 6 for Life… Continue Reading

Mercantile Space Available!!

We have a space coming available in the Ranchester Main Street Mercantile. Contact the Town Hall for more information. Continue Reading

Monday January 15th Holiday!!!

Monday January 15, 2018 is a Federal Holiday.  The Town of Ranchester observes ALL Federal Holidays!  If your TRASH is normally picked up on MONDAY it will be picked up on TUESDAY January 16, 2018 next week. Please let your neighbors know!! Thank you. Continue Reading

Council Seat Vacant!!! Apply NOW!!!

On January 2nd 2018 the Ranchester Town Council officially declared a vacant council seat position.  If you are interested in serving your community, please contact the Town Hall at 655-2283.  Minimum requirements: qualified elector, registered voter, currently living within the Ranchester town limits and have been a resident for at least one year. All applications… Continue Reading

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION MEETING!!

Natural Gas Info Meetings – We will be discussing the next steps in the process.   5:30 – 7:00 p.m. Tuesday Nov 14 @ TRVCC Ranchester Thursday Nov 16 @ TRVCC Dayton Free Chili Dinner at both meetings!!! Continue Reading

NEW!! Ranchester Animal Control Officer

Jill LaToush from our Town Crew has been appointed as the Animal Control Officer.  She works Monday – Thursday 6:30 am – 4:00 pm and Friday 6:30 am – 10 am.  If you need to make an animal complaint during work hours you can call the Town Hall at 655-2283. After hours you can call… Continue Reading

NO OPEN FIRES – FIRE BAN STILL IN EFFECT

RESOLUTION 17-07-010 PARTIAL FIRE RESTRICTIONS  IN SHERIDAN  COUNTY WHEREAS, the danger from forest and range fires on lands within Sheridan County has become critical; and WHEREAS, the County’s rural fire protection districts believe that for the protection of life and property, restrictions should be instituted; and WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners has unanimously recognized… Continue Reading