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July 28th, 2014

UPDATE: Crews Work to Contain Bighorn Forest Fire

Firefighters working in the Bighorn National Forest were able to make significant progress fighting the Roane Creek Fire over the weekend, according to fire managers.

UPDATE: County Treasurer Has One Challenger

The Sheridan County treasurer has one challenger for the post. The two candidates were interviewed on a recent Public Pulse show.

County Prepares for Digitization

Stepping into the document vault at the Sheridan County Courthouse in Sheridan, one can see by the rows and rows of ledger books that digitizing the contents collected over the past 100 years will be a monumental task.

Wyoming’s Lincoln Highway Helped Define Our State

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Besides ending the Civil War, freeing the slaves and launching a national railway, President Abraham Lincoln also thought it important to have a designated highway crossing the country from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean.

Actresses Ride for a Cause

One of the actresses from the show “Longmire” brought a friend with her for the Longmire Days poker run. Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

Dayton Days 2014

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(photo by Judy Hagerott)

July 27th

Jets finish "B" tourney in 3rd place / Troopers open state "AA" Wednesday

JETS BASEBALL - The state "B" American Legion baseball tournament wrapped up Sunday at Thorne-Rider stadium the Sheridan Jets were eliminated in the first game yesterday.

The Jets won their first two games before taking a loss against Gillette Saturday. They faced Cheyenne yesterday for the right to take on Gillette again for the state title but lost 6-0 ending their season.

Head coach Ryan Murner says it's tough when the season ends.

A Look Back in Time: July 28, 1914

A Look Back in Time: July 28, 1914

The Willis Spear camping party will leave Lodge Grass tomorrow morning for a ten days' outing at Devil's Canyon.

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Council Approves Idlewild Hotel Variance Requests

Buffalo's City Council listened to a variance request from the owners of the Idlewild Hotel concerning the definition of a condominium, and a secondary variance that covers a fire wall.