Archive - Jul 2012 - News

July 6th

Bighorn Mountain Festival Kicks Off Today In Buffalo

The Eighth Annual Big Horn Mountain Festival will begin Today and run through Sunday at the Johnson County Fairgrounds in Buffalo.

Musical acts from a number of different genres from old-timey and acoustic to Bluegrass and Gospel will be perfoming during the three-day fesival.

WIC Modifies Income Eligibility Guidelines

The Wyoming Department of Health has announced new income guidelines for the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) program.

'Longmire at the Library' Set For July 21 in Buffalo

In addition to the other events tied to the “Longmire Day” in Buffalo Saturday, July 21st, the Johnson County Library will be hosting “Longmire At The Library” that evening.

Strongman Competition Tomorrow

Sheridan's first Strongman competition will start at 11 o'clock tomorrow morning at PURENERGY Fitness on Riverside, next to carpet design.

Public Comment Opportunity For Lake DeSmet G&F Lease

The Lake DeSmet Conservation District is giving the public another avenue to give their opinion on the proposed Game and Fish lease at Lake DeSmet.

July 5th

Congress Takes Wyoming Funds

Gov. Matt Mead says he's upset with last week's vote in Congress cutting federal Abandoned Mine Land payments to the state.

Accident on East Brundage Street

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Sheridan Fire-Rescue and Rocky Mountain Ambulance personnel attend to an unidentified adult female who was transported to Sheridan Memorial Hospital. (Photo Courtesy of Sheridan Fire-Rescue))
An accident Thursday morning in Sheridan on east Brundage Street in Sheridan. (Photo Courtesy of Angie ViAnn)
An accident Thursday morning in Sheridan on east Brundage Street in Sheridan. (Photo Courtesy of Angie ViAnn)

UPDATE 1:35PM According to a media release issued by Sheridan Fire-Rescue, at 8:52 Thursday morning, Sheridan Fire-Rescue, the Sheridan Police Department and Rocky Mountain Ambulance responded to a one-vehicle accident on east Brundage Street near the Sheridan Ice Rink.

Body Of Woman Found In Bighorns Identified

Johnson County Sheriff Steve Kozisek

The body of a woman found in a car yesterday in Crazy Woman Canyon has been identified as 42-year old Pamela Malone of Buffalo.

Johnson County Sheriff Steve Kozisek gives us more details on the incident.

Sheridan Ash Creek Fire Is Out

The blaze 13 miles north of Sheridan has been extinguished. The fire consumed 158 acres of private land. (Photo by Ron Richter)

A fire started by lightening Tuesday evening 13 miles north of Sheridan is extinguished.

Firefighters at Squirrel Creek Get Some Help From Mother Nature

Rain is helping crews battling some wildfires in Wyoming, including a 16-square-mile Squirrel Creek Fire about 30 miles southwest of Laramie.