Sheridan County

At their latest meeting, the Sheridan County Fair Association's Board of Trustees gave some updates about their ideas for an indoor arena. Steve Eliason, chairman of the board, says rumors have been floating around.

Hundreds of supporters and opponents of a plan to ship coal to a northwest Washington terminal gathered in Seattle for the final public hearing on the proposal.

Here's a look at the past week's top stories from Sheridan Media News:

An employee of the Fish and Wildlife service came under fire for pictures posted on Facebook. Chris Foy has the details.

Sports Talk 87.7 FM would like to congratulate the winner of our Bronco Weekend Giveaway, Gini Horner!!! She and a friend will be flying down to Denver with two tickets in hand for the Denver Broncos vs. Kansas City Chiefs as well as reservations for two nights stay and spending cash.

The Buffalo Children's Center is one of many recipients of over $470,000 in grants to Wyoming non-profit organizations that was recently announced by The Daniels Fund.

Local city and county law enforcement held an emergency management drill Friday morning at Sheridan College. Northern Wyoming Community College District Police Chief, Jason Vela, says the drill focused on a scenario involving a barricaded suspect - all to test procedures and response times to this type of crisis.

Wyoming Superintendent of Public Instruction, Cindy Hill, spoke in Cheyenne Friday about the shooting tragedy in Connecticut that has claimed 26 victims, 20 of them schoolchildren.

The alpha female of the Lamar Canyon wolf pack in Yellowstone was killed by a hunter last week when she strayed outside the park boundaries. The wolf, known as 832F, had been studied by scientists for years, but was only fitted with a radio collar in February of this year.

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