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Roane Creek Fire Update

(Photo Courtesy of Big Horn National forest Service and the USDA)

The Roane Creek Fire burning in the Bighorn National Forest is now at over 30 acres. The fire is located about two and a half miles south of U.S. Highway 14A in the Pete's Hole area, approximately 30 miles east of Lovell.

Newspaper Attorney Considers Appeal

A district court judge's ruling that Sheridan County School District 2 did not violate Wyoming open meetings law could be appealed.

State Representative Accuses Governor of Coercion, Misappropriation of State Funds

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Wyoming State Representative Gerald Gay (Photo courtesy of the Legislative Service Office)

UPDATE- Special Prosecutor Request Denied

A Wyoming state representative is accusing Wyoming Governor Matt Mead of coercion and misappropriation of state funds.

Locals Take on Teenage Musical, ‘13’

Actors, from left, are Leah Olesen, Culley Emborg, Garrett Szmyd and Riley Griffith. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

Locals perform teenage musical next week in Sheridan. Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

Buffalo 4-H Dog Show Students Give Back

The Crazy Canine Therapy Dogs 4-H Program. (Courtesy of Bob Pierce)

Local 4-H students have become the first ever 4-H dog therapists. Hannah Stepenoff has the story.

Buffalo 4-H Dog Show Has New Home

The Johnson County Fair 4-H Dog Show will be held this Sunday at the Wyoming Veterans Home in Buffalo.

Judge Rules in Favor of School District

District Court Judge William J. Edelman has ruled that Sheridan County School District 2 did not violate Wyoming open meetings laws.

AP News Update

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SCHOOL FUNDING

School districts team up to lobby for more money

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) - A coalition of seven Wyoming school districts says the state had underfunded K-12 schools by $151 million in recent years.

A Look Back in Time: July 25, 1914

A rumor reached Sheridan today that the body of the little McKinney girl has been discovered.

Presentation to Look at 'Growing' Local Food Economy

An economist who specializes in assessing how to turn food into a growing part of a local economy will be in Sheridan in September.