Sheridan

NOTE: The dates for this year's Longmire Days, July 18-20 are still TENTATIVE dates, according to the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce. Sorry for the confusion.

The third annual Longmire Days has tentatively been set and now the work begins to get all the plans made, logistics worked out and to accomplish all the hundreds of little things that need to be done that add up to one giant fun weekend with the cast of Buffalo's favorite television show.

During his monthly visit on K-R-O-E'S Public Pulse program, Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey discussed several of the highlights regarding city projects over the past twelve months.

The Small Business Association and A-A-R-P have teamed up to offer a free workshop in Sheridan that's aimed at helping prospective business owners start their own small business.

S-B-A Regional Director Amy Lea talks about the benefits of the workshop.

We continue our look back at 2013 with a review of stories from July through September. This third quarter of the year saw a new beginning for a historic building, held judgment day for the local college and included a report of the death of a man from Story.

The Wyoming Department of Health announced this week that of the almost 500 confirmed cases of flu in the state, one-third of those have been in Campbell County.

The WYO Theater in Sheridan will once again be host to a series of western films each Sunday afternoon throughout January. The film Tombstone, starring Kurt Russell and Val Kilmer, will kick things off Sunday, January 5 at 3 o'clock.

The annual Polar Bear Plunge happened again as it traditionally does, New Year's Day at Lake DeSmet.

A drunk driver had what might be considered an unusual run-in with the law.

News Director Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

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