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WWA Hosts Summer Kick Off Camping Trip

The Wyoming Wilderness Association will host their annual kick off to summer camping trip this weekend.

‘Nuisance’ Flooding Occurring Throughout the County

Areas along Little Goose Creek and other waterways throughout Sheridan County continue to experience minor flooding due to the snow melt runoff from the Bighorn Mountains.

Electronic Sign Ordinance Moves Forward

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The City of Sheridan Planning Commission has recommended the City Council consider and approve an ordinance that would amend the current sign regulations to allow for installation of electronic signage within the City. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Pint Night at Black Tooth Benefits Keystone Awards

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Black Tooth Brewing Company in Sheridan holds community pint nights occasionally to benefit local nonprofit agencies by donating $1 for every pint they sell during the event.

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UW BUDGET

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Details of a proposed University of Wyoming budget plan may eliminate more than 40 jobs in an attempt to cut over $10 million.

Special Olympic Torch Run Set for Monday

Between 15 and 20 law enforcement officers, along with athletes and others, are expected to meet at the Law Enforcement Center Monday for this year's Law Enforcement Torch Run to benefit Special Olympics.

Portrait of Coffeen to be Presented to School

A plaque bearing the portrait of Henry Asa Coffeen, which once hung in the old Coffeen Elementary School, has been re-framed and will be presented to Sheridan's new Henry A. Coffeen Elementary School.

Tech Company Expansion On Possible Short Timeline

INTERAPT, the Kentucky-based technology company looking at a possible expansion into Buffalo, is looking at what could be a fast timeline to get everything finalized and begin the education/apprenticeship program here, if the feasibility study currently underway shows no major hurdles to moving forward.

Buffalo Chamber Seeks Volunteers For 'Longmire Days'

The upcoming “Longmire Days” celebration in Buffalo later this summer is expected to bring thousands of visitors not only to Buffalo and Johnson County, but to much of the surrounding area as well.

Conservation District's Hazardous Waste Day Set

Buffalo City Works Director Les Hook announced at the recent city council meeting that the annual Lake DeSmet Conservation District's Hazardous Waste Collection Day has been set for the first weekend in June at the fairgrounds.

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