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May 11th, 2015

Spring Blood Drive

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The Knights of Columbus will be hosting their Spring blood drive, Wednesday, from 2-6 in the afternoon. The drive will be held in meeting hall of the Knights of Columbus Building on East Brundage in Sheridan.

Where in the World is Dirlene?

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(photo by Dirlene Wheeler)

Now here’s an update on the travels of retired Sheridan High School Principal Dirlene Wheeler and her husband Neil on their year-long trek across the country. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott caught up with them by phone in Arizona to bring us the latest report.

Wyoming News

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment

YMCA To Run Buffalo's Outdoor Pool This Summer

The Johnson County Family YMCA will be operating the Buffalo Municipal Outdoor Pool this summer, after the city council approved Mayor Mike Johnson to sign an agreement allowing them to do so.

Kaycee Landowner Wants Stock Drive Vacated

A landowner near Kaycee wants the county to abandon an unused stock drive easement through her land and approached the Johnson County Commissioners asking them to do so.

Smoke in Big Horns from Controlled Burn

Photo By Aaron Palmer.

A plume of smoke billowing from the eastern face of the Big Horn Mountains Monday morning turned out to be a controlled burn of slash piles set by a rancher in the Story area near the Sheridan/Johnson county line.

A Look Back in Time: May 12, 1915

Several horse-buyers for the French government have arrived in Sheridan. They will spend several days here.

Yellowstone’s South Entrance Now Open

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The South Entrance to Yellowstone National Park from Wyoming opened for the season on Friday.

Surface Access Delays Sheridan County Coal Mine Opening

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As we reported in March, a legal dispute over surface access is threatening to derail or at least delay Ramaco Wyoming Coal’s plans to open a new coal mine in Sheridan County.

Grouse Count Plummets in NPL Breeding Complex

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WyoFile.com - Wyoming Bureau of Land Management biologist Dale Woolwine sees the fractured greater sage grouse eggs in a ground-level nest and figures out the story pretty quickly.