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The creeks and waterways in Sheridan County continue to rise with the continuous precipitation. Sheridan Police Chief Richard Adriaens says that there is one area that has experienced flooding.

The Northeast Wyoming Municipal Leaders, or NEWY, will have their monthly meeting in Buffalo Saturday at City Hall beginning at 8:30 am.

The Johnson County Incident Command issued an update Friday on the flooding situation in the county. Additional moderate to heavy rainfall is expected through tonight, which may cause minor rises in creeks and rivers, however most will remain well below flood stage or below bankfull.

May is Older Americans Month, and the Sheridan Senior Center, the Sheridan Rec. District and the Sheridan YMCA are teaming up for the 7th Annual Senior Health and Wellness Day slated for Wednesday, May 25th for Sheridan County residents age 50 and older.

The Johnson County Commission voted to end the contract between the county and Volunteers of America for juvenile probation services.

Both Sheridan and Johnson County remain under a flood watch that's expected to last throughout the weekend. Sheridan County Emergency Management Coordinator Dave Coleman says that Leopard Street in Sheridan is typically the first to flood, and that Big Goose Creek remains low in that area.

Johnson County, Kaycee and Buffalo are facing possible flooding in the next couple of days especially, and through the next couple of weeks depending on how the weather shapes up.

Horses being brought into Wyoming must be inspected by a veterinarian within 72 hours of entering the state.

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