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Partial Fire Restrictions Go Into Effect Friday

Partial fire restrictions for Sheridan County will go into effect Friday at 12:01 am. The decision was made Wednesday afternoon during a special meeting of the Sheridan County Commissioners.

No Tornado in the Bighorns

Reports of a tornado in the Bighorn Mountains Monday night turned out to be false. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

Cat Show Winners Named

Annie Oakley, owned and showed by Lainey Konetski took home the rosette as this year's grand champion in Wednesday's cat show at the Sheridan County Fair.

Exhibit Hall Opens to Public

The Exhibit Hall on the Sheridan County Fairgrounds on West Fifth Street in Sheridan will open to the public at 9 Thursday morning.

Sheridan’s ParkFit Features Disk Golf

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The Sheridan Rec District hosts a weekly 40 minute workout at one of the area’s parks and this week, in Sheltered Acres, participants were challenged to a game of disk golf.

Jamie Ostermyer coordinated and described Wednesday’s workout.

UPDATE: Fire Burns 50 Acres in Sheridan County

A grass fire Wednesday afternoon burned about 50 acres about three miles east of Lower Prairie Dog Road in Sheridan County.

Absaroka State Takeover is Saturday

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A unique car show will take place in downtown Sheridan this weekend. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

Highway Patrol Gearing Up For Sturgis Rally

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With the 75th anniversary of the Sturgis motorcycle rally set to get underway next week, the Wyoming Highway Patrol is getting ready for the influx of people traveling through Wyoming by adding additional enforcement over the next few weeks.

Wind Didn't Turn Away Concert Goers

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The turn-out was good despite the windy weather for the weekly Concert in the Park, a family friendly outdoor concert held at the band shell in Kendrick Park.

Manager for the concerts, David Kuzara opened with his own weather forecast.

Blood Still Needed, Drive Continues

A blood drive continues today in Sheridan. Sydney Galletti, with United Blood Services, says blood is needed because there has been a significant increase in the area in the number of trauma patients requiring massive transfusions.