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August 8th, 2013

Rattlesnakes and Dogs Aren't a Good Mix

Veterinarians in the Sheridan area have witnessed an increase this year in the number of dogs who've been bitten by a rattlesnake. Dr. Jennifer Gage with Big Goose Veterinary Clinic says that the number of incidents are definitely on the rise.

North Main Interchange's Future on Display Sunday

North Main Interchange's Future on Display Sunday (Photo by Ron Richter)

The future of North Main's I-90 Interchange is something the North Main Association, the City of Sheridan, area residents and businesses have been talking about for some time - but on Sunday, displays of what the interchange could look like in a few years will be featured at the Taste of Sheridan.

Rock Creek: The Designation Debate

Rock Creek: The Designation Debate (Photo by Chris Foy)

It would literally take an act of Congress. Since 2005, the Wyoming Wilderness Association has been pushing for the designation for the Rock Creek Wilderness Area as protected wilderness following the Bighorn National Forest's recommendation in it's forest plan.

Sheridan Angels Deliver Backpacks

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The Sheridan Angels have completed the backpack project by delivering over 400 backpacks to 10 schools on Wednesday. Shelli Lapp, administrator for the Sheridan Angels, says this was a huge team effort and she and all the Angels are very proud to be a part of the community of Sheridan. Photo courtesy Shelli Lapp.

August 7th

The Library Showcases the Work of Mark Morel

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Wednesday night, the Sheridan Fulmer Library hosted an artist's reception for local artist Mark Morel. Morel ran a ranch for many years until he was nearly killed in a car accident. He says art has given him a fresh start.

Shooting Range Still Possible If Jo Co Not Liable

At their meeting Tuesday, the Johnson County Commissioners further discussed the proposed indoor shooting range that a group is trying to build on county-owned land near the airport.

Kaycee Turns 100, Celebrations All Day Saturday

The Town of Kaycee will turn 100 on August 12, and to celebrate, the town in southern Johnson County will have their Centennial Celebration this Saturday with numerous events.

Buffalo Chamber Lunch Features SCJC Happenings

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce luncheon for August was held at the Bozeman Trail Steakhouse and featured Sheridan College in Johnson County sharing their current happenings and upcoming events.

First Lady Mead Teams to Prevent Underage Drinking

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Wyoming First Lady Carol Mead has teamed up with the Wyoming Department of Health and the Prevention Management Organization of Wyoming in an effort to prevent underage drinking.