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Alpha Wolf's Killing Incites Policy Woes in Wyoming

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The alpha female of the Lamar Canyon wolf pack in Yellowstone was killed by a hunter last week when she strayed outside the park boundaries. The wolf, known as 832F, had been studied by scientists for years, but was only fitted with a radio collar in February of this year.

Santa Reads for Human Habitat

A media release from the North Pole has confirmed a special guest will appear at Sheridan Stationary Saturday at 10 a.m. to read a story to the girls and boys of Sheridan.

Advance Tickets For Big Horn Mountain Fest Available Now

Advance tickets are now on sale for the 2013 Big Horn Mountain Festival, which is scheduled for July 12, 13 and 14 at the Johnson County Fairgrounds in Buffalo.

Caring And Sharing Program Kicked Off In Buffalo

Rachel McCaughey with the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce, helps fill bags for the Johnson County Caring and Sharing Program.
More volunteers.
All the goodies.

Thursday morning more than a dozen volunteers descended on the Buffalo Senior Center to begin packaging donations to Caring and Sharing, Toys For Tots, and the many other programs that help those in need during the Holiday Season.

Annual Vespers Program Sunday At BHS

The Bells of St. Luke's Lutheran Church perform at last year's Vesper's Service.

The annual Vespers Christmas Celebration, a popular tradition in Buffalo, will be this Sunday at Buffalo High School.

Local church choirs, bell choirs, soloists, and school and community vocal and instrumental groups will be celebrating Christmas through their musical performances.

NWCCD Board Approves Plan for Financing the Thorne-Rider Student Center

Sheridan College President Dr. Paul Young announced this September another gift that will go toward the Thorne-Rider Student Center renovation and expansion project. (Photo by Ron Richter)

The Northern Wyoming Community College District Board of Trustees unanimously approved a plan for obtaining financing for the Thorne-Rider Student Center at Thursday's meeting.

First Ever 4-H Expo Will be Jan. 26

First Ever 4-H Expo Will be Jan. 26

At Thursday's meeting of the Sheridan County Fair Association's Board of Trustees, board members discussed upcoming events and possible plans for future growth.

WYDOT Webcam Offers Unique View of Antelope Butte

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The Wyoming Department of Transportation recently installed two webcams, one on U.S. Highway 14, and the other on U.S. Highway 16. The webcam on Highway 14 offers several different views of the Antelope Butte ski area.

Wyoming Attorney Discusses “Most Dangerous Toys” List

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A blowtorch, asbestos and uranium. Children’s toys with those features or ingredients are on a new list of the “10 Most Dangerous Toys of All Time,” from the American Association for Justice.

Arraignment Set for Man Charged in Cody Abduction

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CODY, Wyo. (AP) - A Montana man charged with kidnapping and sexually assaulting an 11-year-old girl from Cody is set for arraignment in district court later this month. Jesse P.

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