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July 30th, 2015

Lovell Woman Dies from Crash Injuries

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A 78-year-old woman from Lovell who was involved in a three-vehicle crash on Tuesday, has died from her injuries. Dorothy Winterholler died at the North Big Horn Hospital in Lovell.

Partial Fire Restrictions Go Into Effect Friday

Sheridan County Commissoners Tom Ringley, left, and Steve Maier. (Photo by Ron Richter)

Partial fire restrictions for Sheridan County will go into effect Friday at 12:01 am. The decision was made Wednesday afternoon during a special meeting of the Sheridan County Commissioners.

No Tornado in the Bighorns

Some of the destruction from Monday night's "microburst" in the Bighorn Mountains. (Photo courtesy of the National Weather Service in Riverton)

Reports of a tornado in the Bighorn Mountains Monday night turned out to be false. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

July 29th

Troopers beat Rock Springs face Laramie at 10:00 in state tournament / Post 6 and Gillette to play in the winners semi final tonight at 7:00

STATE "AA" AMERICAN LEGION BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers beat Rock Springs 6-2 to advance into today's action at the state double "AA" American Legion tournament and will play at 10:00 against Laramie we will have the game live on 14-10 KWYO.

The Troops built a 6-0 lead behind the pitching of Quinton Brooks, the lefty kept the Rock Springs batters off balance and got some very good defensive plays behind him, Head coach Ben Phillips.

Events Continue at Johnson, Sheridan County Fairs

County fairs continue today in both Sheridan and Johnson counties.

Convictions Realized in Shed Antler Collection Cases

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The Wyoming Game and Fish Department reports that convictions have been realized for several cases of illegal shed antler collection in the western part of the state.

Titans of the Plains

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John Woodward, Director of the Sheridan County Museum, was the featured speaker at the final Wyoming Wednesday of the year, held at the Information Center on Fifth Street.

Hospital CEO: ICU Could be $6.5 Million Project

Sheridan Memorial Hospital CEO Mike McCafferty says the planned new Intensive Care Unit could cost around $6.5 million. He presented a report on the project at Wednesday night's meeting of the hospital's board of trustees.

Exhibit Hall Opens to Public

A fairy garden is one of many crafts on display in the Exhibit Hall this year. (Photo by Pat Blair)

The Exhibit Hall on the Sheridan County Fairgrounds on West Fifth Street in Sheridan will open to the public at 9 Thursday morning.

Sheridan’s ParkFit Features Disk Golf

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The Sheridan Rec District hosts a weekly 40 minute workout at one of the area’s parks and this week, in Sheltered Acres, participants were challenged to a game of disk golf.

Jamie Ostermyer coordinated and described Wednesday’s workout.