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Pioneer Car Club Driving Tour Coming Up

A local vintage car club will be showcasing their models this weekend before they hit the road for a tour. Hannah Stepenoff has the details.

Local Foundation Receives Good News from the IRS

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(Image courtesy of the Antelope Butte Foundation)

The Sheridan based non-profit Antelope Butte Foundation were informed last week that they've received 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status from the Internal Revenue Service.

Ucross Foundation Tours This Weekend

The first ever open studios tour at the Ucross Foundation will be presented Saturday at their facilities at 30 Big Red Lane in Ucross. This will also be a Meet The Ucross Artists event.

Buffalo Outdoor Pool Opens This Weekend

Buffalo's outdoor pool.

One of Buffalo's major attractions will be up and running again for the summer months, as the outdoor pool in Washington Park is scheduled to open this Saturday, June 7th.

Verizon Network Service Restored In NE Wyoming, Montana

Verizon Network Services were interrupted early this morning and remained off throughout the day, finally being restored at about 3pm this afternoon.

Auction Helps Re-Open Kearney Hall Doors

Photo provided by Kearney Hall Board.
Photo provided by Kearney Hall Board.

The Kearney Community Hall, located in the town of Story in Sheridan County off the Piney Creek Exit, may be used once again after a 25-year hiatus, if the Kearney Hall Board has its way.

Verizon Network Down In Region, Fix Expected Later Today

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Verizon Network cellular service has been down since about 9 o'clock this morning in northeast Wyoming.

Registration Open for 3 on 3

Chad Aksamit, left, and Erin Kilbride appeared this week on Public Pulse. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

The annual 3 on 3 basketball tournament in Dayton, called the Battle Under the Big Horns, is coming up at the end of the month.

College Boosters Stage Flea Market

The Sheridan College Booster Club will hold the fifth annual Community Flea Market on Saturday.

Sandbags Available from County

As creeks and rivers continue to run high in Sheridan County, officials are keeping sandbags available for those in need.

SheridanWyoming.com