Fireworks Aren't Pet Friendly

Fourth of July celebrations and pets usually don't mix well. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

The Big Four Firearm Safety Rules

In light of last week's accidental shooting that landed an 11-year-old boy from Sheridan County in the hospital, we thought it would be a good time to speak with Sheridan County Sheriff's Deputy Steve Matheson, who's been a certified firearms instructor since 1992 through the Wyoming Law Enforcement

UW Researcher Engineers Light-Controlled Proteins

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A professor from the University of Wyoming in Laramie has engineered proteins that can be activated by near-infrared light.

Molecular Biology Professor Mark Gomelsky (gum-el-ski) says the technique offers a way to control biological activities in deep tissues of small mammals.

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A Look Back in Time: July 3, 1914

Fully five thousand people saw the opening program of the Sheridan Stampede last night.

Commissioners to Meet for Senate Appointment

Sheridan and Johnson county commissioners will meet at 9 o'clock Monday morning to appoint a new state senator for District 22.

Powder River Ranch Rodeo Features Regional Ranches, Hands

This Saturday, July 5th at the Johnson County Fairgrounds will be the Powder River Ranch Rodeo.

This rodeo highlights local and regional ranches, represented by their ranch hands, competing in some non-traditional events all for bragging rights amongst themselves.

Buffalo PD's Climbing Wall Approved For Loaning

Buffalo's City Council approved the Buffalo Police Department to allow other municipalities or organizations to borrow their recently-acquired climbing wall during special events.

County Awards Fuel Contract To Good To Go Stores, LLC

Johnson County's Commissioners have awarded the contract to provide fuel to the county's vehicles and equipment to Good To Go Stores, LLC which was formerly the Red Eagle Exxon at the intersection of Highway 16 and Interstate 90.

Judge Hears Arguments in Case Against School District

Attorneys for the Sheridan newspaper and Sheridan County School District 2 presented arguments before District Court Judge William J. Edelman Wednesday morning on the newspaper's claim that the school district has violated state open meetings laws.