Sheridan County

A public information meeting was held Sunday night in Buffalo to update those interested in the situation with the Gilead Fire, burning in the Bighorn National Forest approximately 10 miles NW of Buffalo.

It's once again time to take a look at the week that was in the news with our week in review. The week began with the announcement of 21 individuals in Sheridan being arrested for methamphetamine distribution. The bust was part of a two year long investigation that resulted in three more arrests throughout the week, with more arrests possible in the future as the investigation into the meth ring is ongoing.

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Wyoming's teachers, firefighters, road crews and other state employees have traditionally drawn in a generous retirement package upon completion of their careers.

We've certainly heard from officials with the Bighorn National Forest Service this week regarding the Gilead Fire and fire safety on the mountain.

Today is the last day to catch a ride on the Sheridan Trolley until next year.

The Bighorn National Forest has announced that due to more accurate mapping, the Gilead Fire northwest of Buffalo is now reported to be 730 acres in size. Fire officials had estimated the size of the fire at more than 900 acres early Friday.

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead issued a statement regarding the announcement by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service removing wolves from the endangered species list in Wyoming.

A media release from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced today the Wyoming population of gray wolves is recovered, and is no longer considered an endangered species.

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