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July 8th, 2012

Johnson County Revises Fire Restrictions

At their meeting last week, the Johnson County Commissioners adopted an amendment to the previous Resolution implementing full fire restrictions in the county.

Yellowstone Reports Strong June Visitation

Visitation to Yellowstone National Park for June and for the first six months of the year is up compared to year-ago levels. The park recorded 674,498 recreational visitors in June 2012, up over 6-percent from last year, and is second only to record levels reported in June 2010.

Brown Discusses Newly Written Memoir On Public Pulse

Author and journalist, Paul Brown, spoke to Kim Love Thursday about a newly released memoir he has written regarding his adolescence in Story.

July 7th

Cheyenne To Install Video Surveillance Downtown

The city of Cheyenne is adding cameras to enhance video surveillance downtown as part of a pilot program.

Firefighters Hope to Contain Ash Creek Fire By Monday

Firefighters are hoping to have Montana's Ash Creek Fire contained by Monday, according to this morning's Southeastern Montana Complex report.

Know Before You Go

Know Before You Go

With much of the Rocky Mountain region going through the worst wildfire season in decades, it's a good idea to know what the fire bans are before embarking on your journey. Sheridan Fire-Rescue Chief Terry Lenhart.

Prepare Yards For Fire Before It Comes

If you're looking for a weekend project, check out your yard and make sure it's fire-proof.

JCSD1 Board Approves Employment Changes

At their meeting June 25, the Johnson County School District One Board of Trustees approved employment recommendations and resignations from district employees.

Bikers Host Poker Run for Senior Center

The Iron Brotherhood is hosting a poker run to benefit the Sheridan Senior Citizens center Sunday.

Fire Near Laramie Was Human-Caused

Fire officials say the nearly 17-square-mile Squirrel Creek Fire about 30 miles southwest of Laramie was human-caused.