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Trapping Banned in Kleenburn Area

The Sheridan County Parks and Recreation Board has banned trapping in the Kleenburn Recreation Area near Acme. Action came in a special meeting that followed Tuesday's meeting of the Sheridan County Commission.

Headed to the Heronry

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The rain held back as over two dozen kids and parents met with Sarah Mentock to watch the blue herons nesting near Brundage Lane Tuesday afternoon.

This was the 2nd in a week-long series to get families unplugged from technology and get outside for some family fun.

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No Decision Yet On Big Five Access

A discussion on access to the Big Five public lands area in Northern Johnson County was conducted at the county commissioner's meeting Tuesday morning in Buffalo.

Buffalo Mayor Dyess To Run for Another Term

Current Buffalo Mayor Randy Dyess has announced his intention to run for another term as mayor.

He made the announcement with media representatives after Tuesday's City Council meeting.

Annual Fishing Derby This Weekend At Lake DeSmet

The 31st Annual Lake DeSmet Fishing Derby will be happening this Memorial Day Weekend at the lake seven miles north of Buffalo.

Representative Patton Files for Re-election

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Current House District 29 Representative for Sheridan, John Patton, has declared his intentions to seek another term, as he has officially filed with the State, declaring his candidacy for the House District 29 seat.

Planned Unit Development Changes Put on Hold

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Amendments to the City of Sheridan subdivision regulation pertaining to planned unit developments have been temporarily put on hold. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

U.S. 14A Opens for Summer Thursday

The Wyoming Department of Transportation issued a media release stating that U.S. 14A will open for the summer at noon Thursday. Burgess Junction crews have broken through and met up with crews from Lovell.

First Lady Reads for Story Time This Week

First Lady Carol Mead will be reading aloud for story time this week at the county library in Sheridan.

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