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July 8th, 2011

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.

July 7th

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:

Hospital to Pursue Designs for Two Possible Projects

Sheridan Memorial Hospital CEO Mike McCafferty

The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees held their monthly meeting Wednesday. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was there and has the story.

July 6th

Story Hatchery Reopens with Celebration Wednesday

Scott Talbot, Director of the Wyoming Game and Fish, and State Senator John Schiffer address the crowd at the reopening of the Story Fish Hatchery on Wednesday.

Citizens, current and former employees and state and local dignitaries were on hand Wednesday afternoon to help celebrate the Story Fish Hatchery's reopening.

Jo Co School District Will Use Grant for Reader

Dr. Rod Kessler

A Federal grant awarded to the Johnson County School District has been earmarked for a reader program at Clear Creek Middle School.

True West Magazine Rep Visits Buffalo

Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Director Angela Jarvis

Sue Lambert, of True West Magazine, recently visited Buffalo while on a tour of museums throughout the region, gathering information on an upcoming feature on rustic western museums.

Buffalo Main Street Market Kicks Off Its Summer

people mingle during Buffalo's Main Street Market Wednesday evening.

The first of the Buffalo Main Street Markets a
nd the Alive After Five and Classic Car Cruise was Wednesday evening at Crazy Woman Square.

Classic Cars lined Main Street and vendors and patrons alike fell on Crazy Woman Square downtown to celebrate summer.

Yellowstone Visitor Killed by Grizzly Bear

A grizzly grazing in Yellowstone National Park. ( Photo Courtesy of Yellowstone)

A visitor to Yellowstone National Park is dead after an encounter with a grizzly bear Wednesday morning. The incident occurred on the Wapiti Lake trail, which is located east of the Grand Loop Road south of Canyon Village.

Superintendent Hill Holds Media Conference to Release PAWS Results

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill

Wyoming Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill held a media conference Wednesday in Casper to announce the statewide results of the 2011 Proficiency Assessments for Wyoming Students, or PAWS.