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July 18th, 2014

Lake View Campground Closes for Renovations

A campground in the Big Horn National Forest will be closed to the public for major renovations. Hannah Stepenoff has the story.

College Hosts Youth Garden Activity Day

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A nest of baby killdeer discovered.

The Youth Garden, part of the Community Garden at Sheridan College was a-buzz with children Thursday morning. Close to 20 kids, ages 3-12, took part in activities geared to get children excited about plants, gardening, and familiar with where their food comes from.

July 17th

Local baseball / Youth Sports camps / Local golf tournaments / Storm soccer sign-ups

BABE RUTH BASEBALL - The Sheridan 13 year old Babe Ruth baseball all-stars will host their state tournament starting this afternoon at Thorne-Rider stadium the title game will be played tomorrow the winner advances to the Northwest regional tournament in Helena. Montana.

JETS BASEBALL - Sheridan will host the 2014 class "B" American Legion state tournament next week at Thorne-Rider stadium the Sheridan Jets are the defending champs. The tournament will start Thursday and run through Sunday.

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Fair Board Changes October Meeting

The Sheridan County Fair Association will meet a week later in October, at the request of Fairgrounds Director Jamie Ringley.

A Look Back in Time: July 18, 1914

Nearly the entire Sheridan Ice Company houses on Jefferson Street were destroyed yesterday by fire.

Second 3rd Thursday of the Year Another Success

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This week's 3rd Thursday Street Festival once again was packed with both vendors and people strolling down Main Street and Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this story.

Buffalo's Longmire Days Continues

Robert Taylor, who plays Sheriff Walt Longmire in the TV series, at last year's Longmire Days in Buffalo. Photo by Aaron Palmer.

We reported yesterday that the third annual Longmire Days began Thursday night with a V.I.P. Reception and will continue today, and there will be a full slate of events for both Saturday and Sunday.

Buffalo Council OKs Catering Permit, Denies Fireworks

Rachel McCaughey with the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce came before the Buffalo City Council at this week's meeting to seek approval for a malt beverage permit for Crazy Woman Square for Sunday, July 20th from 5 to 8pm.

Latest Candidates' Forum Features Council Positions

City Council candidates, from left, Scott Madsen, Brian Zigmont, Russ Humphrey and Wes Haskins.

This week's Candidates' Forum at the Buffalo Farmer's Market Wednesday afternoon gave the candidates for Buffalo City Council and Buffalo Mayor the opportunity to introduce themselves to the voters.