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Senator Simpson Biography to Launch Sunday in Cody

Former U.S. Senator Alan Simpson

A biography about former U.S. Senator from Wyoming Al Simpson is set to be released this weekend in Cody. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more on the story.

Library Holds Reception for Sakai

Left, Akira Sakai is presented with books as a thank you from Executive Director Cameron Duff during a reception for Sakai Wednesday at the Library. (photo by Brad Estes)

Library board members and others from the community came Wednesday morning to the Inner Circle at the library to thank Akira Sakai for his recent $6,000 donation to the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library .

Yellowstone Begins Grizzly Bear Studies, May Help Locate Bear in Last Week's Killing

Photo courtesy of Yellowstone National Park

Biannual grizzly bear research in Yellowstone National Park begins today and lasts through October 20. This comes less than a week after the second fatal grizzly attack in the park this year.

Fire Danger for Northcentral Wyoming, Southern Montana

Weather conditions in Sheridan today and tonight that could create fire danger in the area, as a cold front moves across southern Montana and north central Wyoming, prompted the National Weather Service to issue a red flag warning in the area.

SHS TENNIS / VOLLEYBALL

BRONC / LADY BRONC TENNIS - The Bronc and Lady Bronc tennis teams split with Natrona county yesterday.

NC beat the Lady Broncs 3-2 while the Broncs finished the day winning 4 of the 5 matches.

The Lady Broncs played strong but fell behind early in their matches and really had to work hard to scratch out two victories Head coach Bob Faurot.

Buffalo Council Holds Meeting on ACT Franchise Agreement

A special meeting was called by the Mayor of the City of Buffalo and City Attorney Ben Kirven to have a second reading on Ordinance No. 1349, which will grant a franchise agreement to Advanced Communications Technology, Inc. to provide high-speed fiber-optic technology to the City of Buffalo.

Bison Swimmers Host Meet, Perform Well

The Lady Bison swim team hosted their Buffalo Pentathlon last Friday, with teams from Newcastle, Worland, Douglas as well as Buffalo at the meet.
A number of individual Bison had great performances.
In the 100 butterfly, Buffalo's Hannah Chapin took second, being beaten by less than a second by Carolyn Kennedy of Worland.
Buffalo's Caley Stafford took fourth and Misty Ballek took fifth.

Public Meetings Soon for Jo Co P&Z Draft Regs

Johnson County Planner Rob Yingling

According to a University of Wyoming study, 11 counties in Wyoming have full county-wide zoning, six have partial zoning and six, including Johnson County, have no zoning. That may change soon.

August 30th

1st Day of School - 1st Home Tennis Match (updated)

On the first day of school at Sheridan High School it was also tennis time on the local courts as the SHS Tennis team took on Casper Natrona Tuesday starting at 3 pm. The Lady Broncs took to the courts first with Natrona's Regan Hendricks on the left taking on Sheridan's Noelle Golinvaux on the right in the #1 Singles.

State Legislators: More Study Needed on Proposed Caylee's Law

State Legislators: More Study Needed on Proposed Caylee's Law

The Wyoming State Legislatures Joint Judiciary Interim Committee is meeting in Sundance this week to hear testimony on a number of different issues including the proposed Caylee's Law. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more.