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Local Company Provides Security for Event

Security is a word that Michele and Alan Ortega take very seriously, especially this weekend while Big Horn Country USA is Sheridan.

Library Board Reviews Budget

Sheridan County's public library system can expect just over $1.1 million from the county in the year that starts on July 1.

DSA, Chamber Provide Concert Shuttle

Officials of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce and the Downtown Sheridan Association have teamed up to run a complimentary shuttle service for the Big Horn Country USA music festival this weekend in Sheridan.

First 3rd Thursday Draws Good Crowd

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All the activity in town this week didn't affect the crowds that showed up for the first 3rd Thursday Street Festival in downtown Sheridan. This begins the sixth year for the event which has become a Sheridan tradition.

Campground Crowd Enjoys Party

For the hundreds of people coming to town for the Big Horn Country USA Country Music Festival, finding a place to stay might be a problem. Wildflower Campground was set up for just the occasion and Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott stopped by to bring us the report.

Artist Reception Held for Morel

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An artist's reception was held Thursday for painter Mark Morel and friends on the mezzanine at the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library. Morel is a RENEW client, works at Home Depot and loves painting.

Longmire Days Needs Funding Boost

Longmire Days, the community celebration held in Buffalo and based on the Longmire books by local author Craig Johnson, is set for July 18-20 and organizers are still looking for sponsors.

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State Sen. John Schiffer dies

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A Look Back in Time: June 20, 1914

The government has let the star route contract from Sheridan to Buffalo to Bert Woodside.

Trucking Operations Begin Next Week on Red Grade

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Sheridan County officials have announced that as part of the Stumpy Ridge Fuel Mitigation Project, trucks will begin hauling logs off of County Road 26, better known as Red Grade Road, next Wednesday, June25. Sheridan County Project Manager Mike Mackey.

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