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June 3rd, 2014

Buffalo Council Passes Budget Ordinance

Buffalo's City Council passed on a 3-2 vote the second reading of this year's appropriations bill, or budget for Fiscal Year 2014-15, but not without some discussion and two votes against accepting the budget.

Tuesday 06-03-14

Animal Shelter / The Nature Conservancy, Shawn Pendergrass

Monday 06-02-14

Library / US Senator Candidate, Charlie Hardy

Gillette Man Killed in Rollover Crash

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A man from Gillette was killed Thursday in a single-vehicle rollover crash west of Wright.

Anglers Urged to Follow Reporting Rules

So you think you caught a record-breaking fish and want to report it. Hannah Stepenoff has the details on how to get your fish on the books.

Yellowstone’s Lure Draws 3 Million Visitors to State

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If you like tourism like I do, then it is easy to appreciate what Yellowstone National Park means to Wyoming.

Some three million folks come to the world’s first national park each year. Almost a third of them are international tourists.

June 2nd

More football with the Broncs and Rams / Trooper baseball Friday night / Rockies back at Coors field

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Broncs and Big Horn Rams will be competing in football camps at Chadron state college in Nebraska.

The Broncs will be in Chadron tomorrow while the Rams will be at the session that begins next week on Wednesday

Bronc Head coach Don Julian says this will be the coaches chance to see each player in game situations and give them a better opportunity to evaluate each play before fall camp opens in August.

2014 fall camp opens for the Broncs Monday, August 11th they open the season August 29th at home with Laramie.

AP News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment

Council Approves PUD Ordinance

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The Sheridan City Council at their May 19 meeting tabled an ordinance that amends the subdivision regulation pertaining to planned unit developments.

Contract Talks Continue

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The City of Sheridan and the International Association of Firefighters Local 276 continued their negotiations Monday night during the Sheridan City Council meeting.