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August 11th, 2013

Story Fire Department Open House Held Saturday

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photo by Judy Hagerott

Saturday the Story Fire Department held an open house as a way of saying 'thanks' to all those who donated to help make some need improvements to the volunteer fire department.

The Poll Question of the Week

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Many nations, including Mexico, Russia, Sweden, and require mandatory service to their country whether it be the military or community service believing it strengthens the military, teaches youth responsibilities, and generates patriotism.

It's Another Successful Taste of Sheridan

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It was a food lovers delight as hundreds gathered for the 5th annual Taste of Sheridan Sunday evening.

Buffalo Mayor 'Pleased' With NEWY Tours

The Northeast Wyoming Municipal Leaders group, or NEWY, hosted a fact-finding mission for representatives of Congressional leaders and other decision-makers from around the country.

Kaycee Celebrates 100th Birthday, Southern Jo Co Style

The actual day that Kaycee became a town is August 12, 1913, but the celebration of it's first 100 years was this Saturday with a number of fun events.

Chief Carder Gives Report to Buffalo Council

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder gave his end of the month report for July to the City Council at their meeting.

A Night for the GOP

Mary Matalin talks politics with a couple of interested listeners. (Photo by Ron Richter)

The atrium of the new Edward A. Whitney Academic Center at Sheridan College was the site of Saturday night's Reagan Day Dinner, hosted by the Sheridan County Republican Party. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was there and has the details.

August 10th

Crews Break Ground on Job Corps Center in Riverton

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RIVERTON, Wyo. (AP) - Construction crews in Riverton have broken ground on the $41.3 million Wind River Job Corps Center. City, state and tribal leaders, among others, gathered for the groundbreaking ceremony Friday.

Recovering Oil Stranded in Wyoming Oil Fields

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The Director of the University of Wyoming Enhanced Oil Recovery Institute says tens of billions of barrels of oil remain stranded in Wyoming's aging oil fields.

Week In Review

We continue our week in review series with a look back at some of the past week's top stories:

From a few glitches in the sound to a standing ovation, Friday at the Sheridan College Veterans Plaza, the opening ceremony was held celebrating Sheridan County's first-ever Field of Honor.