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We conclude our series today about springtime flooding. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

The Trail End State Historic Site in Sheridan will open for its 35th season Saturday at 1 pm.

The Tongue River Valley Joint Powers Board will apply this week for a $4 million loan to help finance construction of a natural gas pipeline that will serve the towns of Dayton and Ranchester, including the schools in those towns.

The Buffalo-Johnson Recycling Center handled nearly 1.2 million pounds of materials during 2016, and they have consistently recycled over a million pounds each of the last four years, according to Phil Gonzales, with the recycling center's joint powers board.

The towns are scattered throughout Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington and Wyoming, with each having unique settings, history, and draws for visitors.

Trustees of Sheridan County School District 3 will stand by their original decision to not renew the contract of the district's Principal Christy Wright.

Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair attended a meeting of Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce members this week. Here's her report.

The Bighorn National Forest Service is encouraging the public to help identify trails that will be a part of efforts to increase the pace of trail maintenance. Public Affairs Specialist for the Forest Service Susie Douglas, shared more.

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