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June 18th, 2012

Back to Work after a Pancake Breakfast?

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Fire Chief Caleb, age 4 and his brother Fire Chief Isaac, age 6 of Big Horn appear to be headed back to work after their breakfast of orange juice, pancakes and sausage at Saturday's Big Horn Volunteer Fire Department's Annual Pancake Breakfast. There was a large turnout and lots of conversation at the popular annual event.

SIMPSON AWARDS/ WYO HOF AWARDS / TROOPERS ROLL

MILWARD SIMPSON AWARDS - The 2012 Milward Simpson awards were handed out Saturday night.

The winners were Tanner Simpson from Lander and Mikayla Brower from Torrington.

Sheridan high school's Riley Ryan was also one of the nominees for this years award.

Riley earned five all-conference and four all-state awards in basketball, football and soccer. He was a four-year starter for the broncs in basketball and a three-year for the3 bronc football and soccer teams..

It's All About the Budget for City Council Tonight

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It's All About the Budget for City Council Tonight

After almost a dozen or so budget work sessions held by the Sheridan City Council throughout the month of May, it's finally time for the Council to officially adopt the budget for fiscal year 2012-2013 at their meeting tonight.

Sheridan County Tripartite Board to Host Public Meeting This Week

Sheridan County Tripartite Board to Host Public Meeting This Week

The Sheridan County Tripartite Board will host a public meeting this week where preliminary findings from a community needs survey will be identified. Tripartite Board Coordinator Linda Gostas explains why the community needs survey must be conducted.

Road And Bridge Updates Jo Co Commission on Trabing Road

Johnson County Road and Bridge Supervisor Scott Pehringer was asked by the county commissioners at their June 5th meeting how the Trabing Road Project was progressing.

Buffalo's Art Chalk Festival Adds 'Longmire Day' To Itinerary

Coming up next month, Buffalo's Art Chalk Festival will add “Longmire Day” to it's list of events that weekend.

Wyoming Starts Separate Court for Veterans

The Wyoming Veterans Commission worked with Governor, Matt Mead, to open up the first-ever veterans court for Laramie County.

Buffalo Trail System's Grouse Mountain Trail Officially Open

Buffalo City Councilman Stan Lakin cuts the ribbon to officially open the new Grouse Mountain Trail.
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At a ceremony Saturday morning, the Clear Creek Trail System's newest trail, the Grouse Mountain Trail was officially dedicated.

Although the trail was completed last fall, the Buffalo Trails Board decided to hold the dedication cermony this past weekend.