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August 1st, 2011

No Structures Involved in Grass Fire Near Wyarno Sunday

Jet-black smoke that could be seen on Sunday afternoon toward Wyarno can be attributed to a grass fire that got into some hay bales and tires near some farm equipment off Highway 336, three miles from Sheridan.

JCHC Board Approves Hospice Funds to General Fund

The Johnson County Healthcare Center's Board of Trustees voted to transfer funds from the Hospice Donation Account to the Hospital's General Fund at their monthly meeting Wednesday.

City to Consider Changes to Design Approval Standards

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City to Consider Changes to Design Approval Standards

Consideration of changes to City code pertaining to design review standards and procedures will be addressed by the Sheridan City Council this evening.

Poll Question: Are the Wrecks What People Like Most About the Indian Relay Races?

Rocky Mountain Ambulance assists an injured relay racer during this year's Sheridan WYO Rodeo.

A calling-card to the Sheridan WYO Rodeo each year the Indian Relay Races have excitement, but also some controversy as well.

SCSD2 Kindergarten Screening Sign-ups End Wednesday

There are only two days left to sign up for School District two's Kindergarten screenings for those parents who didn't get a chance to bring their children to the ones this past April. Scott Stults Director of Elementary Education with School District 2.

Buffalo Crazy Days a Big Success, Says Chamber

Orange Crush crosses the finish line far ahead of the competition at the bed races during Buffalo's Crazy Days this past weekend. Orange Crush took the championship.

Buffalo's Annual Crazy Days Celebration happened this past weekend, and was a success, according to the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce, who organized and put on the two-day event.

Jo Co Commission Approves P&Z Recommendations

Jerry Osborn

Johnson County's Assistant Planner Jerry Osborn made a number of requests on behalf of the County's Planning and Zoning Commission to the County Commissioners at their meeting earlier this month.

July 31st

“Burning House”, A Benefit Fundraiser

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Roy Pack, organizer for "Burning House," a benefit fundraiser to help Jon Quarterman.

Hundreds gathered Sunday beneath some old cottonwoods at the family homestead on Higby Road to help an old friend. Jon Quarterman recently lost his home to fire and the community showed up to lend a hand.

35th Annual Dayton Days

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Victoria and Gabriela Reyes enjoying some shave ice in Scott Park after the parade.

The folks of Dayton know how to throw a party. It was the 35th annual Dayton Days Weekend which began Thursday evening and finished up on Sunday.

Here...Kitty, Kitty, Kitty

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Grand Champion Bailey Forsness with 'Kenga.'

The Sheridan County 4-H Fair got off to a great start Saturday at the fairgrounds. That afternoon cat connoisseurs gathered in the Exhibit Hall as kids of all ages put their kitties through the paces before the judges.