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Driver Faces Possible Vehicular Homicide Charges

UPDATE: The Wyoming Highway Patrol has now released the name of the person driving the vehicle in Saturday's fatal crash.

Volunteers Needed for County Boards

The Sheridan County commissioners are looking for volunteers to serve on the Sheridan County Planning and Zoning Commission and the Sheridan County Library System Board. Both have one position open that's a 3-year term from July 1.

Support of Grant Application on Council's Agenda

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Last week we reported on a resolution approved by the Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority Joint Powers Board to apply for a Business Committed Grant through the Wyoming Business Council that would allow for Vacutech to expand their business.

Bike Buffalo Promotes Health, Safety, Fun

This year's first annual Bike Buffalo may not have drawn a lot of people in it's first year, but was a success nonetheless, according to organizers.

4-H Superintendent to Start Cowless Dairy Program

As more and more commercial dairies are closing across the United States and Wyoming, there has been an upswing in what is called urban or backyard cattle ownership—where people own one or few cows to create enough milk for personal use and not for a profit.

Bridge Project Remains on Schedule

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A $4 million reconstruction project in Sheridan continues to take shape. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the details.

Yellowstone Road Upgrades May Delay Travel

Visitors to Yellowstone National Park this summer are likely to encounter new road and bridge construction projects this summer.

Storm Creates Scary Situation

This week's wind storm created a dangerous situation for one local mother. Sheridan Media's Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

Police Investigate Pharmacy Break-in

A report is just now coming in from the Sheridan Police Department regarding the taped-off crime scene in downtown Sheridan.

Sandbags Available at Fairgrounds

With a forecast of rain on the way and roads in Sheridan County already flooding, county officials are galvanizing to make a preemptive strike.