Sheridan County

The Sheridan Police Department has confirmed there was some Black Friday madness at the local Wal-Mart.

The Northern Cheyenne Tribal High School is closed today due to heating problems in the building. Stay tuned to Sheridan Media News Tomorrow morning regarding whether the school will be re-opened.

An effort to buy oil and gas leases in western Wyoming to protect the land from development is raising funds at about half the speed needed to complete the $8.75 million deal.

While almost everyone is familiar with designated pre-holiday shopping days like “Black Friday,” or maybe even “Small Business Saturday.” From there, we move on to “Cyber Monday,” which, in turn, becomes “Hashtag Giving Tuesday” (#Giving Tuesday).

Elk Petroleum is planning is employing new technology in Sheridan County that will enable oil to be harvested from the North Ash Creek Oil Field.

The second annual Light Up Buffalo celebration happened Saturday with shopping, music, refreshments, dancing and fireworks.

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department announced that gray wolf Hunt Area 8, the Fish Creek Management Unit north of Jackson, closed Thursday at 2:40 p.m. The area closed because the mortality quota of seven wolves was reached.

A University of Wyoming poll shows that a strong majority of residents continue to disapprove of the federal Affordable Care Act.

The health care reform law is opposed by 66 percent of the poll respondents, compared to 24 percent who approve.

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