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June 5th, 2012

Transit of Venus Is Today

Sheridanites have the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see the planet Venus transit across the sun in a rare, eclipse-like event. Rob Milne, an instructor at Sheridan College, explains what's going to happen.

June 4th

Wool Prices Looking Up

Sheep ranchers in Wyoming have seen prices for their products reach all-time highs this spring.

Wyoming Arapaho, Shoshone Tribes Conflicted Over Killing Eagles

The Northern Arapaho tribe says neither the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service nor the Eastern Shoshone Tribe has the right to prevent the Arapaho from killing bald eagles for religious purposes on the central Wyoming reservation the two tribes share.

Two Vehicle Crash Near Sheridan Kills Dayton Woman

A media release from the Wyoming Highway Patrol states that at approximately 9:05 Monday morning, 31-year-old Dayton resident Amie Dominguez was killed in a two vehicle crash on Interstate 90 one mile east of exit 20 near Sheridan.

Poll Question: Liz Cheney For Statewide Office?

This week's Bank of Sheridan/Sheridanmedia.com poll question is: Would Liz Cheney be a good candidate for statewide office in Wyoming?

Council to Address Consensus Funding and New Fire Chief

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The Sheridan City Council has a pretty full agenda to work with this evening as they meet for their first regularly scheduled meeting of June tonight. Councilor Ryan Mulholland highlights a few of the bigger items that will be up for Council's consideration.

Rabies Clinic is This Week in Sheridan

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Rabies Clinic is This Week in Sheridan

With rabies cases on the rise in Sheridan County, the annual Dog and Cat Shelter of Sheridan annual rabies clinic couldn't have come at a better time. The clinic will begin tomorrow and run through Saturday at the Kendrick Park Band Shell.

Crazy Woman Square Revitalization Underway

Crazy Woman Square in Buffalo, under construction.

Work on Buffalo's Crazy Woman Square revitalization project has finally begun, with equipment moving into the area of downtown to begin the process of constructing a band shell/restroom facility, a gateway arch, murals and other amenities in the city-owned property to attract visitors and make the area more user-friendly.

Buffalo Chamber's Wild Bunch Luau Fun For All

Buffalo Chamber Assistant Director Rachel McCaughey and Oldies 105-9's Gene Sturlin congratulate the winner of the trip to the Bahamas, James Russell, at the Wild Bunch Wyoming Luau Saturday in Buffalo.

The 10th Annual Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Wild Bunch Wyoming Luau was Saturday evening at the Johnson County Fairgrounds in Buffalo, and fun it seems, was had by all.

Battle On The Blacktop This Weekend In Buffalo

The annual Battle On The Blacktop 3-on-3 Street Basketball Tournament will be this Saturday and Sunday in Buffalo.