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First Kaycee Brew Fest a Success

There is a new local brew fest in the area, and Hannah Stepenoff was there and has the story.

Wyoming Wilderness History Topic of UW Presentation

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The University of Wyoming will be hosting a panel discussion on September 10th commemorating the 50th anniversary of the federal Wilderness Act and the 30th anniversary of the Wyoming Wilderness Act.

Chamber says Longmire Days to Continue

Executive Director for the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Angela Jarvis says that though the future of the A&E show 'Longmire' is on shaky ground after it's abrupt cancellation, that does not mean a death sentence for the popular festival Longmire Days.

Forest Steering Committee Had Annual Field Trip

Members of the Bighorn National Forest Plan Steering Committee attended their annual field trip Thursday to tour areas in the Powder River District, and discuss implementation of aspects of the 2005 Revised Bighorn Forest Plan.

A&E Show 'Longmire' Canceled

National entertainment reports say 'Longmire', the A& E television series, will not be returning for a fourth season. The series is based off local author Craig Johnson's novel series, which is set in the fictional town of Durant, said to be based on Buffalo.

Fire at Ace Radiator

Shortly after 5 p.m. Thursday, Sheridan and Goose Valley fire departments, along with Rocky Mountain Ambulance dispatched to Ace Radiator, located on E. 5th Street in Sheridan, where a fire had been reported.

Yellowstone National Park Employee Found Dead

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National Park Service rangers located the body of a 21-year-old Twin Bridges, Montana woman Tuesday night in the Old Faithful Lodge area of Yellowstone National Park. Park Spokesman Al Nash said that Kassandra “Kassie” Wieferich, was a Yellowstone employee.

Local Museum Receives Award to Repair Exhibit

A local museum received an award that will repair a popular exhibit. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Local to Host Extreme Couponing Course

A Sheridan local is offering courses on extreme couponing. Hannah Stepenoff has the details.

UW Researcher Leads Panama Canal Water Study

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A researcher with the University of Wyoming has received a nearly $3 million grant to study water sustainability and land-use management in the Panama Canal watershed. Fred Ogden is a distinguished professor in the Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering.