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June 14th, 2012

Private Antique Collection Sale Today, Tomorrow

Alex Banks will show is private Asian antique collection this weekend. Many of the belongings were his sister's. (Photo by Tracee Davis)

Alex Banks, a long-time Sheridan resident and retired professional ballroom dancer, is hosting an open house to sell his antique collection this weekend.

Buffalo Girl Crowned 'Pre-teen Miss Wyoming'

Buffalo's Mariah Robinson, 2012 Pre-teen Miss Wyoming
Photo courtesy of Cynda Robinson
Photo courtesy of Cynda Robinson

Mariah Robinson of Buffalo was crowned as “Pre-teen Miss Wyoming” in a competition in Casper earlier this month, beating seven other girls in her division.

Sheridan P.D. Responds to Explosive Device

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The explosive device that Sheridan P.D. found Thursday in Sheridan. (Photo Courtesy of the Sheridan P.D.)

The Sheridan Police Department Thursday responded to a report of a possible explosive device in the 600 block of Monte Vista. Upon arrival, officers found two homemade M-80 sized firecrackers that had been found in the street. A media release issued by the P.D.

Honor Camp Escapee In Custody

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James Friesen escaped from the Wyoming Honor Conservation Camp Monday and was on the lamb until last night. He is now in police custody in South Dakota.

Prisoner, James Friesen, who had escaped from the Wyoming Honor Conservation Camp in Newcasle on Monday is back in police custody.

Open Registration For Women's Self-Defense Course

Empower Wyoming is offering a women's self-defense class Monday at the Holiday Inn in Sheridan from 6 to 9 p.m.

June 13th

Water Supply for Sheridan and SAWS Remains Normal

Water Supply for Sheridan and SAWS Remains Normal

The water supply outlook for the City of Sheridan and the Sheridan Area Water Supply, or SAWS, remains in pretty good shape despite the rest of the state facing a possible drought this summer.

Formation Meeting for Emergency Shelter in Story is Saturday

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Formation Meeting for Emergency Shelter in Story is Saturday

The first formation meeting for the emergency shelter in Story will be held this Saturday afternoon at the Story Fire Hall. President of the Story Volunteer Fire Department Jerry Prescott says that anyone is welcome to attend the meeting.

National Flag Day

Today is National Flag Day

Today is National Flag Day, and Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more on how this day came to be.

Hunter Trailhead, Campground West of Buffalo Now Open

The Hunter Trailhead and Campground, approximately 15 miles west of Buffalo on Highway 16, is open now that construction on the site has been completed.

The project relocated the trailhead and campground facilities to a new area adjacent to the old areas.

VOA Lifehouse Utilizes 5th Step For Addiction Recovery

The Lifehouse, an addiction rehabilitation center sponsored by Volunteers of America, helps those who are ready to overcome drug and alcohol dependence using a 12-step residency program.