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July 19th, 2013

Game and Fish Arrests 4 for Drunken Boating on Alcova

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CASPER, Wyo. (AP) - The Wyoming Game and Fish Department says it arrested four people for boating under the influence at Alcova Reservoir over the July Fourth weekend.

July 18th

Montana Angler Dies In Yellowstone River

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UPDATE 7/23 Yellowstone National Park officials have released the name of the Montana man who died after losing his footing while fishing in the Yellowstone River. Ernest Trim of Ennis, Mont. died July 17.

First of the Year Sheridan Farmer's Market Held Thursday

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With temperatures hovering near 90, that didn't discourage the crowds that showed up for the second of the 3rd Thursdays held in downtown Sheridan. A welcome addition, the Sheridan Farmer's Market moved from Whitney Commons to the block that runs from Grinnell Plaza to Broadway.

Youth Camp Issues Get County Commissioners' Attention

At a recent Johnson County Commission meeting, issues and problems with the Johnson County Youth Camp were brought to the attention of the commissioners, who have since moved to correct the problems and improve the camp.

Liquor License Transfer Tabled By Buffalo City Council

A liquor license transfer from Buffalo Properties, LLC dba Best Western Crossroads Inn to Marin Management, Inc. was tabled by the Buffalo City Council because of confusing wording concerning the amount and type of taxes owed to the state concerning the license.

JCSD1 Adopts $26.8 Million Budget For 2013-14

At their meeting Monday night, the Johnson County School District One Board of Trustees adopted their budget for the 2013-14 School year.

Fair Board Discusses Water Improvement Project

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Sheridan County Public Works Director Rod Liesinger gave a presentation to the Sheridan County Fair Association Board of Trustees Thursday about providing a permanent fix to the water pressure problem at the Fairgrounds.

Sheridan Company Wins 1st Place in Software Competition

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MobileHealthWare of Sheridan has received a 1st place award by a panel of health care information technology experts for their innovative mobile software application.

Commissioners Discuss Riparian Management

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The Sheridan County Comprehensive Plan was formally adopted in December of 2008. While the plan was being put together, the County took notice that there was a lot of public input to protect the riparian areas in Sheridan County.

Sen. Barrasso: 'McCarthy is Wrong Person to Lead the EPA'

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U.S. Senator John Barrasso spoke on the floor of the House on Thursday about his opposition to President Obama's nomination of Gina McCarthy as head of the Environmental Protection Agency.