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August 28th, 2012

Johnson County To Use Title III Funding For Search & Rescue

At their meeting last week, the Johnson County Commissioners voted to use left over Title III funds for reimbursement of expenses for work associated with fire and emergency services performed on Federal lands.

August 27th

New Wildfire Springs Up in Teton Wilderness

A new wildfire that started in the Teton Wilderness in western Wyoming over the weekend has grown to about 4,000 acres.

Brewfest to Offer Microbrews From Around the Region

Beer lovers will no doubt want to mark their calender for Brewfest 2012, a fundraiser for the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce one week from this Saturday.

Parliamentary Procedure Presentation

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City of Sheridan Clerk Scott Badley gave a presentation to the Sheridan City Council Monday that focused on Parliamentary procedure and Robert's Rules of Order.

Hunting Season for Upland Bird and Small Game Begin This Week

(Photo Courtesy of the G&F)
(Photo Courtesy of the G&F)

Saturday, September 1st is opening day for small game and upland bird seasons. Game and Fish Information Specialist Warren Mischke says that there are a couple of things hunters need to keep in mind, especially this year with the drought.

T.J. Headed Home to Redmond Oregon a Big Winner

In rodeo terminology T.J. McCauley is headed for "home" after having rounded the third barrel to finish Senior Barrel Racing with a time of 18.688. However before the day was over T.J. would head "home" to Redmond Oregon with a 2012 Ford Truck, thanks to Fremont Motor Sheridan, while pulling a three horse slant load goose neck Jackson trailer, thanks to Prime Rate Motors.

Public Pulse - Monday 08/27/12

Sheridan County Historical Society Museum / Representative Cynthia Lummis

Little Goose

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Pictures by Sarah Wallick

Big Horn Beauty

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Picture by Sarah Wallick

Fire Restrictions Lifted In Parts of Medicine Bow National Forest

Fire restrictions have been lifted in some areas of the Medicine Bow National Forest near Laramie, but much of the state remains in the grip of a relentless drought that is predicted to persist over the next few weeks.