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July 1st, 2015

Concert in the Park

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(Photo by Ron Richter)

The first Concert in the Park was held Tuesday night at the bandshell at Kendrick Park in Sheridan. The large crowd was treated to a special evening of music as the U.S. Air Force Academy Band made a stop in Sheridan as part of the group’s tour through Wyoming, South Dakota and Nebraska.

June 30th

“A Portrait in Place” Exhibit

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An artists’ reception was held Tuesday night in the Ucross Foundation Art Gallery near Clearmont featuring the ‘land art’ of the foundation. Called “A Portrait in Place,” the exhibit features the work of six artists who have recently been artists-in-residency at Ucross.

Mayor Brings Back Fourth of July Celebration

Ranchester Mayor Peter Clark says his town has provided public fireworks for the Fourth of July every year.

New CASA Volunteer Sworn In

New CASA volunteer Bruce Crocker,left, shakes hands with District Judge John Fenn after ceremony. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Bruce Crocker of Sheridan was sworn in Tuesday morning as Sheridan County's newest Court Appointed Special Advocate, which is also known as CASA.

Johnson County Unemployment Down

Unemployment levels in Johnson County last month were down from April but still were slightly above the overall state average.

Troops head to a tournament in Cheyenne / Rockies win at Oakland / SHS booster club golf coming up on wyo rodeo week Sunday

The Sheridan Troopers have played only one home game so far this season they've had 10 others rained out, the team has five games to play this week before another chance to play at home Monday night.

They head to Cheyenne for a tournament play begins tomorrow afternoon with the host team Post 6, they play a team from Lubbock, Texas Friday. Saturday they play two teams from Colorado and close out the tournament with games Sunday.

Wyoming News

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Governor Requests Disaster Declaration, Johnson County Awaits President's Decision

Last week, Wyoming Governor Matt Mead requested a presidential disaster declaration for Johnson and Niobrara Counties, which would qualify individuals and small businesses for federal assistance to help fund cleanup from the flooding that occurred in May and early June in those counties.

More On WYDOT's Annual Report To Johnson County

Mark Gillett, Engineer for the Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT)'s District Four, gave a report to the Johnson County Commissioners during their last regular meeting.

Police Chief Thanks Emergency Responders For Work During Flood

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder, during his report to the city council at their last regular meeting, spoke highly of his staff, city crews and other emergency responders for their efforts during the flash flood event that happened the evening of Wednesday, June 3rd.