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July 8th, 2011

Hot Temps Mean Warm Pets

Warm weather can be extremely dangerous for pets.

Five minutes or less is all it takes to reach dangerous temperatures for your dog or cat if left inside a vehicle, even if the windows are left partially open and you're parked in the shade. Veterinarian Dr.

Jo Co Recycle Board Disagrees With City, County

Members of the Johnson County Recycle Board addressed both city and county officials at the County Commissioner's meeting Tuesday, letting both know they disagreed with a recent bill submitted to the board, and urging both entities to cooperate on the new recycling center project.

Buffalo May Have Buyer For Old Police Radio Consoles

Buffalo Police Lieutenant Andy Tkach, filling in for Police Chief Mike Chapman, reported to the City Council that an interested party had approached the department seeking to purchase the old police radio/dispatch consoles, once the new justice center is functional.

Story Hatchery Open House Saturday

Tours of the Story Fish Hatchery will be given this Saturday.

After reopening and dedication ceremonies Wednesday, the Story Fish Hatchery will be hosting an open house this Saturday, July 9, to showcase renovations and upgrades to the facility.

Big Horn Mountain Festival This Weekend in Buffalo

The Seventh Annual Big Horn Mountain Festival begins Friday and runs through Sunday at the Johnson County Fairgrounds in Buffalo.

July 7th

THE 81ST SHERIDAN WYO RODEO WEEK OPENS TODAY

SHERIDAN WYO RODEO - The "Chris Ledoux memorial golf tournament gets started today at the Powder Horn it will conclude tomorrow and the annual boot kickoff will start tomorrow afternoon at Sheridan college.

Steer Roping Slack opens at 7:00 Tuesday morning with slack continuing Wednesday morning at 9:00.

WYO Rodeo committee President Zane Garstad says many years ago the WYO under went a transformation with the addition of the Sankey Rodeo Company becoming the rodeo's stock contractor.

At Least One Use of New DUI Law Locally

Wyoming's new DUI law is just a week old, but Sheridan police have put it to use during last weekend's three-day holiday. Detective Lt. Chris Dahmke says that the law has been used in at least one DUI arrest.

New Details Released on the 4th of July Shooting in Sheridan

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Sheridan County Attorney Matt Redle

New information has been released regarding the incident that happened this past Monday night in Sheridan that ended in a Sheridan Police Officer fatally shooting 23-year-old Jesse Salveson. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the details:

Wyoming-Park Project is Underway

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Just days after the groundbreaking crews from Excel Construction were busy at the corner of Wyoming Avenue and Burkitt Street, aka "malfunction junction," on Thursday morning.The asphalt was being removed in the 100 block of Wyoming Avenue as were several elder cedar trees in the immediate vicinity.

Gorgeous Springtime Summer

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A few gorgeous springtime summer flowers taken on the mountain last weekend. Plus one big beautiful guy. ENJOY!!

Jeanne Moore