Sheridan County

Some good news on the firefighting front in Wyoming.

UPDATE 11:00AM The Sheridan County Commissioners during a special meeting this morning approved a resolution enacting partial fire restrictions within the County that are in effect immediately.

The National Interagency Coordination Center Incident Management Report for today reports new fires in the Rocky Mountain Region have exploded from 18 to 41.

Officials with the Wyoming Water Development Commission and EnTech, Inc, Professional Engineers hosted a public scoping meeting Wednesday to discuss details of an upcoming long term water supply study for the City of Sheridan and SAWS.

Tuesday night, officials with the Ucross Foundation prepared for the worst as the Cato Fire increased in size and appeared to be headed toward the facilities. Ucross Intern Liza Birnbaum says they were ready to evacuate if they had to.

The latest information available on the Cato Fire northeast of Buffalo was released this morning.
The National Interagency Coordination Center's Incident Management Situation Report was released by the National Weather Service's Riverton Office at 5:30am.

The Susan G. Komen Foundation, in partnership with GE, announced earlier this week that a traveling mammogram van will make rounds around the state to offer the lifesaving test to uninsured and rural women.

Johnson County's elected officials held a public workshop Wednesday to discuss the proposed Game and Fish lease of Lake DeSmet to gather their opinions and their input and decide how the county will proceed with the information.

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