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August 27th, 2014

No Fires Burning in Big Horns

Though there are currently no fires burning in the Big Horn National Forest, forest officials say people still need to make sure they are not leaving fires unattended.

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Commissioners Get Good News From Airport Board

Johnson County's Commissioners heard an impromptu report from Airport Board Chairman Gerald Fink, who was in attendance at their last meeting.

Council Accepts Grants For Alcohol/Tobacco Checks

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder came before the City Council at their last meeting, requesting them to accept the two grants that will help pay for upcoming alcohol and tobacco compliance checks.

Wyo Liquor Division Meeting Scheduled In Buffalo

The Wyoming Liquor Division will be hosting a public question and answer session during a meeting today to discuss laws and regulations concerning alcohol.

A Look Back in Time: Aug. 27, 1914

A certain amount of rowdyism on the part of boys has prompted city commissioners to station a policeman on duty in Pioneer Park.

Local Group Plans Suicide Awareness Walk

A local group is joining a nationwide effort next month to bring awareness to the issue of suicide. Sydney Rowe of the local Suicide Prevention Coalition appeared recently on our news talk show, Public Pulse.

Police Department Blood Drive

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United Blood Services continue to experience blood shortages. Your chance to help curb the problem will be this Friday in Sheridan. Ron Richter has the details.

Two National Art Shows Open in Sheridan Next Week

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Two national art exhibitions will open in Sheridan next week. “Scenes in the City”, sponsored by the City of Sheridan and the Sheridan Artists' Guild will open Tuesday, September 2 at the SAGE Main Street Gallery, at 171 Main Street in Sheridan.

UW Researcher Leads Panama Canal Water Study

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A researcher with the University of Wyoming has received a nearly $3 million grant to study water sustainability and land-use management in the Panama Canal watershed. Fred Ogden is a distinguished professor in the Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering.