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35th Dayton Days Set For This Weekend

File photo from a past Dayton Days Parade

A cow pie-themed 9-hole golf scramble will kick off the 35th annual Dayton Days this weekend in the 10th annual Cow Pie Classic on Thursday. A myriad of events will continue throughout the weekend including live music, competitions and plenty of food.

Jo Co Approves VOA Bed Days Contract

Johnson County has a new agreement with Volunteers of America for them to provide juvenile detention services for the county's youth.
The county commissioners approved the contract drawn by county attorney Ken DeCock after discussions during their meeting last week.

Habitat Stores Celebrate Cazy Days in Buffalo

Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorn celebrate Crazy Days this week with sales at their stores in Buffalo, to help raise money to build more Habitat housing in Buffalo.

Habitat Awards Designs, Advertising For Program

Students peruse each other's materials at the awards ceremony Monday night.

Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Big Horns' Buffalo Chapter hosted an awards ceremony Monday night to honor those local students who participated in their architectural and advertising contests for the Habitat Houses program.

Motivational Speaker, Dave Boon at the Library Wednesday

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Debbie Iverson, Program Coordinator for the Fulmer Public Library

He's called the “visionary energizer bunny,” motivational speaker, Dave Boon will tell his story Wednesday night at 7, in the Inner Circle of the Fulmer Public Library.

A Portion of Gould Street Will be Closed Today in Sheridan

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A Portion of Gould Street Will be Closed Today in Sheridan

The City of Sheridan is temporarily closing a portion of Gould Street from Alger to Grinnell for work on City Hall. City Building Official Charlie Newcomer explains why the closure is taking place.

SEEDA to Meet With SQCCI Representatives

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The now vacant Hand in Hand Childcare Center in Sheridan.

After holding an executive session Tuesday morning, the Sheridan Economic and Education Development Authority has come to the conclusion that a meeting with representatives from the Sheridan Quality Child Care Initiative needs to take place.

Dunham Reaches Tentative Plea Agreement with State

Trevor Dunham reached a tentative plea agreement with the State of Wyoming on Tuesday in 4th Judicial District Court during his arraignment and pre-trial conferencing.

Norton Point Fire North of Dubois Brings Smoke to Sheridan Area

The Norton Point fire continues to burn in the Washakie Wilderness area north of Dubois. (Photo Courtesy of the National Forest Service)

A lightning caused fire some 300-miles away from Sheridan County filled the sky with smoke over the Big Horn Mountains Monday night. The Norton Point fire is burning in the in the Washakie Wilderness area about 24-miles north of Dubois.

Gov. Mead Appoints UW Professor to Energy Council

Governor Mead furthered his office's connection with the UW School of Energy Resources Monday by appointing Rob Hurless to his energy policy staff.