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Wagon Box Fight Remembered This Weekend at Fort Phil Kearny

This Friday and Saturday, August 2nd and 3rd, Fort Phil Kearny State Historic Site near Story is inviting the public to help celebrate the 146th Anniversary of the Wagon Box Fight.

Brothers Guilty Of Family Violence Battery

On Thursday, July 30, Cody Brothers was found guilty in Johnson County District Court of Family Violence Battery after a jury trial that lasted two days.

Buffalo Mayor Asking For Public Comment On EPA Proposal

Buffalo Mayor Randy Dyess

Buffalo Mayor Randy Dyess is asking Wyoming residents to make public comment on a proposed Environmental Protection Agency Air Quality Proposal that could mean increased utility costs to Wyomingites as well as damage to the coal industry and local economies if it is pushed through.

County P&Z Commission to Consider Riparian Zoning Amendment Tonight

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The Story Woman's Club was the site of a public meeting Wednesday night where officials with Sheridan County went over the proposed amendments to zoning regulations regarding riparian areas in Sheridan County that would establish a riparian buffer zone of at least 50 feet from the high water mark pe

Enhancing the North Main Interchange

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(Photo by Ron Richter)

Over the past year the City of Sheridan has been garnering public input on what type of of enhancements residents would like to see to the North Main Interchange Project.

Banner Year for Hospital Foundation

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During Wednesday's Sheridan Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees meeting, Hospital Foundation Director Ada Kirven gave a report that indicated a banner year for the Hospital Foundation regarding gifts received between July 1, 2012, and June 30, 2013.

Liz Cheney, Husband Late Paying Tax on $1.6M Home

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - County records show U.S. Senate candidate Liz Cheney and her husband were late paying their first property taxes on the $1.6 million home they bought last year in Jackson Hole. They owed almost $4,500 in taxes on the four-bedroom, four-bath log home for the first half of 2012.

Story Home and Garden Tour Saturday

Story Home and Garden Tour Saturday (Photo by Chris Foy)

This year's Story Home and Garden Sampler Tour will take place this Saturday, offering attendees a chance to tour some of the historic properties in the area - and some newer ones. Karylyn Petrie, trustee for the Story Woman's Club, gives us a preview.

Chip Sealing Crew Temporarily Dumps Leaky Tankers Full of Asphalt Mix

Chip Sealing Crew Temporarily Dumps Leaky Tankers Full of Asphalt Mix

The Sheridan County Sheriff's Office was notified at 5:40 p.m. on Tuesday that four tanks full of a black substance, some possibly leaking, were abandoned on BNSF property near a drainage ditch at 2701 North Main.

LaForge Featured at Information Center's Wyoming Wednesday

LaForge Featured at Information Center's Wyoming Wednesday (Photo by Pat Blair)

Joe LaForge figures he was born because his grandfather irritated a mule. His grandfather, LaForge explained to his audience at this week's Wyoming Wednesday at Sheridan's Fifth Street Information Center, was a scout for Gen. George Armstrong Custer's Seventh Cavalry.