Johnson County Takes Care of Requests, Recommendations'

Johnson County's Commissioners reviewed and voted a number of requests bought before them during their last regular meeting.

Buffalo Council Grants Various Requests

Buffalo's City Council granted a number of requests before them during their last regular meeting.

Another 'Good Turnout' For Living History Day

The annual Living History Day, organized and put on by the Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum in Buffalo, happened this past Saturday and had a “good turnout,” according to Museum Director Sylvia Bruner.

Picnic on the Pathway

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They biked, they walked, some even pushing baby-filled strollers, but regardless, on a hot Sunday afternoon, their destination was Washington Park for an Unplugged celebration.

Art in the Garden Tour

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Saturday, a steady stream of visitors traveled to a one-of-kind art show held in the flower gardens of Lloyd and Diane Marsden, just south of Sheridan. Beauty complementing beauty as over 10 local artists displayed their talent among nature’s splendor.

This Week’s Poll Question

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The “No Fly List” is the government’s list of people who are prohibited from boarding a commercial aircraft for travel in or out of the United States. The secret list is created and maintained by the government’s Terrorist Screening Center.

Battle Under the Big Horns

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It was 3-on-3 basketball on the blacktop as 23 teams from across the state and Montana competed Sunday for top honors at Scott Bicentennial Park in Dayton.

Children Playing With Matches Start Fire

A couple of very young children playing with matches reportedly set an air mattress on fire Sunday afternoon in Ranchester, according to Ranchester Fire Chief Donnie Dobrenz.

Miss Wyoming 2016 Jordyn Hall

On Saturday night, Sheridan’s WYO Theater was the venue for the 2016 Miss Wyoming Pageant. Ten competed for the right to be named the new Miss Wyoming, including Miss Sheridan County Cheyenne Buyert.

University of Wyoming Team Identifies Invasive Grass of Concern to State

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The director of the Sheridan Research and Extension Center (ShREC) expressed concern after a rangeland survey found an arcane invasive grass on 70 acres near Sheridan.