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July 23rd, 2015

Keynote Speaker Describes PLC

Dr. Anthony Muhammad leads a breakout session Thursday. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Nearly 350 educators from Wyoming, Montana and Nebraska are in Sheridan this week, attending a conference to learn more about a different approach to education. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair talked with one of the keynote speakers at the conference to get more details.

District 2 Conference 'Going Well'

Today is the final day of the Summer Institute hosted by Sheridan County School District 2 to help educators improve their teaching skills.

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DETOX CENTER SHOOTING

Family buries Wyoming man killed in detox center shooting

City Looks To Change Vendor Requirements After Complaints

The Buffalo City Council will be looking into possibly changing a city Ordinance pertaining to vendors selling within the city limits after hearing complaints from organizers and vendors upset that the Ordinance was enforced during last week's Longmire Days.

County Approves Contract For Health Officer

Johnson County's Commissioners approved the renewal of the contract for the County Health Officer.

City To Change Speed Limit Signs On French Creek Road

The City of Buffalo will be installing staggered speed limit signs on French Creek Road to transition from 40 to 30 and finally 20m.p.h. after citizens contacted City Hall suggesting the recent installation of signs by the city transitioning from 40 to 20m.p.h. was too much of a drop at once.

A Look Back in Time: July 24, 1915

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Jul 24, 1915.

Small Fills in for Crossland at Dayton Days

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Musician Gary Small and the Coyote Brothers will be playing for this weekend’s Dayton Days.

Big Horns Make 'Backpacker' Magazine's Top Picks

A peak in the Big Horn Mountains has been chosen as a top pick for climbers nationwide. Sheridan Media’s Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

Tonight's Market Features Corn, Cherries

The Thursday farmers market in Sheridan will be open, once again, today, with more produce coming in than last week. Market Manager Bonnie Gregory stopped by the station to give us the details.