Sheridan

The Wyoming Wilderness Association is hosting a conference today in Casper to kick off a statewide educational campaign surrounding wilderness area designations.

The Gilead wildfire is now 6140 acres and 50 percent contained. Assets assigned to the fire today include one helicopter with a 12 person rappel crew, two engines, and the Incident Command  Team for approximately 30 personnel.  The cost to date is $2.2 million.

Two illegal campfires in the Big Horn National Forest have been attributed to starting wildfires.

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce hosted a luncheon Wednesday at the Occidental Hotel to give Paul Hansen, with the Concord Coalition, a chance to present the organization's message of fiscal responsibility within the Federal Government.

Hundreds of people turned out for the Ptolemy Data Systems Data Center open house Wednesday in the Wrench Ranch Hills Subdivision in north Sheridan.

Earlier this week Sheridan Media reported on air service in Sheridan as we heard from Forward Sheridan's Jay Stender about the formation of an air service task force that would be made up of local individuals.

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has announced that the Bud Love Wildlife Management area is now once again open to the public. The area had been closed temporarily, as fire crews battling the Gilead Fire on the Bighorn National Forest were using it for a staging area.

The Powder River Ranger District has announced some areas previously closed due to the Gilead wildfire have been reopened.

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