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August 10th, 2012

SAWS JPB Reorganizes Financial Strategy

The Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board met briefly Wednesday night to approve a revamp of budgetary considerations for improvements needed in the Sheridan area's water treatment plants.

August 9th

Lightning

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Lightning shots taken near Ucross, Wyoming Thursday night.

Photos by Stacey Ellenwood Photography

Bus Barn Fire

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A photo taken early Thursday morning shows the flames from the School District One bus barn on fire south of Sheridan.

Photo Courtesy of Sue Goodman

Public Pulse - Thursday 08/09/12

Mayor Dave Kinskey & Mayoral candidate Steve Brantz

Public Pulse - Wednesday 08/08/12

Animal Shelter / Taste of Sheridan

Public Pulse - Tuesday 08/07/12

What's New with Medicare- W/Michael Fierberg (Entire Program)

UPDATED: SCSD#1 Bus Barn Up In Flames

(Photo by Tracee Davis)
(Photo by Tracee Davis)
(Photo by Tracee Davis)
(Photo by Tracee Davis)
(Photo by Tracee Davis)
(Photo by Tracee Davis)
(Photo by Tracee Davis)

*UPDATED* 11:49 AM
The Sheridan County School District #1's bus barn, located in the old Apostolic Lutheran Church, went up in flames this morning.

Ucross Foundation to Host Artist Reception Friday Night

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An artist reception will be held at the Ucross Foundation Art Gallery this Friday night.
Work by artist Arin Waddell (Courtesy of the Ucross Foundation)
Work by artist Joel Ostlind (Courtesy of the Ucross Foundation)

The Ucross Foundation will be hosting an artist reception and talk with local artists Joel Ostlind and Arin Waddell this Friday night. Ucross Intern Liza Birnbaum explains that the reception will also feature a special guest.

Mountain View Vet Hospital Achieves AAHA Reaccreditation

Mountain View Veterinary Hospital recently passed an evaluation by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA), which earned their continued accreditation with the nation's strictest standards of veterinary care.

Prevention Coalition Needs Community Input

The Sheridan County and Johnson County prevention coalitions are looking for community input as a part a broad-spectrum needs assessment.