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Curbside Recycling Begins Monday

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The blue recycle bins have been delivered, the city’s new equipment at the recycling center is up and running, and the new curbside recycling program is set to start Monday, after six months of preparation.

Patrol, WyDOT Prep for Sturgis Rally

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Highway Patrol troopers in states bordering western South Dakota are giving extra attention to traffic flocking to the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.

Prout Wins With Bedrunner

Margaret Prout and her award-winning bedrunner. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Margaret Prout is one of many local residents whose creations are on display in open classes in the Exhibit Hall during this year's Sheridan County Fair.

Koltiska Has Plenty of Projects Going

Gabrielle Koltiska and her horse, Cash, in barrel-racing Friday. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Many participants at the Sheridan County Fair can truly be considered multi-taskers. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair has the story on one of them.

Rabbit, Horse, Beef Shows Mark Second Day of Fair

Cattle are lined up for the judge's inspection at the county fair beef show. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Haley Timm was named champion senior beef showman Friday night, and Paden Koltiska reserve champion during the second full day of this year's Sheridan County Fair.

A Look Back in Time: Aug. 1, 1915

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Aug. 1, 1915.

Johnson County Fair Rodeo Takes Center Stage

The 2015 Johnson County Fair has wrapped up and now the rodeo will take center stage both today and Sunday.

Today begins with the Fair and Rodeo Parade which will wind its way through downtown on Main Street beginning at 10am.

Johnson County Fair and Rodeo Parade Today In Buffalo

One of the favorite events during the annual fair and rodeo in Johnson County is the parade along Main Street the Saturday morning of fair and rodeo week.

Buffalo Crazy Days Continues Today

An already busy week filled with events from fair and rodeo continues to be busy as Buffalo's annual Crazy Days wraps up today at local stores around town.

ATV Crash Victim Rescued

Andy Lindberg and Andy Fried of Sheridan Fire Rescue, and Ben Ross of Rocky Mountain Ambulance tend the stokes basket as the rope system moves the patient to the top of the slope. (Photo Provided)

An ATV crash victim was rescued Thursday morning after plunging 75 yards down an embankment on a trail near the town of Story at an 80-degree slope.

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