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Game Official, Once Again, Says Leave Wildlife Alone

Bud Stewart of the local Game and Fish office in Sheridan says they’re still incurring problems with people picking up newborn wildlife.

Chamber Shares Mars Building Dedication Photo

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Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce:

The new Forrest E. Mars, Jr. Building at the Brinton Museum was described as “a gift to Wyoming” by Governor Matt Mead.

State Trooper Injured in Crash

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A Wyoming state trooper was injured Monday afternoon in a two vehicle crash on US Highway 14/16/20, west of Cody at the entrance of Yellowstone Valley Inn. His name was not released by the state highway patrol.

This Past Weekend’s Little Miss Wyoming Pageant

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Nearly 100 girls from across the state were in Sheridan this past weekend to compete in the Little Miss Wyoming Pageant.

“Dining for a Cause” Draws Full House

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UPDATE: Monday's "Dining for a Cause" at Frackelton's raises over $8,500 for the Big Horn Mountain Festival.

Powder River Days

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The 4th annual Powder River Days was held over the weekend at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds. A ranch roping and ranch horse competition, organizer Amy Vineyard says this rodeo is not your professional timed rodeo competition you see during the summer.

New Museum Building Dedicated

Special ceremonies were held Sunday near Big Horn. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair has the details.

Buffalo Dedicates Flag Pole At Weekend Ceremony

Buffalo's City Hall has a new flag pole and flag, thanks to the efforts of local Boy Scout Aaron Seeman, who built and erected the pole with the help of some local craftsmen to earn his Eagle Scout Badge.

Over 55 Teams Compete in Buffalo's 'Battle On The Blacktop'

The Johnson County Family YMCA hosted their annual “Battle On The Blacktop” 3-on-3 street basketball tournament this weekend in Buffalo, and 56 teams competed for t-shirts and bragging rights for another year.

Fairground Arenas in Good Hands

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Several times in the last few weeks, the sudden downpours have turned the fairground arenas into a massive mess of mud, but the shows must go on. For the maintenance crew there, the work has been nonstop.