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Annual Lake DeSmet Fishing Derby This Weekend

The 32nd Annual Buffalo Lions Club Lake DeSmet Fishing Derby will be happening this Memorial Day Weekend at the lake a few miles north of Buffalo.

Buffalo Council Accepts Bid For Pipeline Project

Buffalo's City Council accepted a bid on the South Water Tank Pipeline Project, on the recommendation of Nelson Engineering, the engineering firm for the project and Wyoming Water Development Commission.

VOA's Quarterly Report To Johnson County

Volunteers Of America (VOA) gave their quarterly report to the Johnson County Commissioners at their meeting this week, discussing numbers of individuals in their treatment and probation programs.

A Look Back in Time: May 22, 1915

“Shag” Wilson, Sheridan's city clerk, went to Billings this afternoon to do some shopping. He plans to return tomorrow.

Sheridan, Wyoming… "Naturally"

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The unveiling event launching Sheridan’s brand identity was held Thursday and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there and brings us the report.

Sheridan County Seniors to Graduate This Weekend

A previous graduation at Sheridan High School. (Stock Photo).

The time has come once again for graduation season, and high school seniors from all over the county will be wearing caps and gowns this weekend and celebrating one of the biggest milestones of their lifetime.

Both Escapees Apprehended

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UPDATE- ESCAPEES APPREHENDED

At 5:15 Thursday morning, the Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office received notification that two male juveniles left Normative Services without authorization. An email from Lieutenant Mark Conrad with the Sheriff’s Office confirmed that both individuals have been apprehended and transferred to the Regional Juvenile Holding Facility in Casper, and are awaiting court appearances for the charge of Escape from Official Detention.

Johnson County Commission Against EPA Rule 192

Johnson County's Commissioners had a brief discussion on the (EPA) Environmental Protection Agency's Rule 192, which according to their discussions could hurt the uranium industry not only in Johnson County, but elsewhere in the state and other states if implemented.

Enzi Seeks End of Race/Ethnicity Disclosure for Gun Buyers

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Wyoming’s U.S. Senator Mike Enzi joined Senator Roy Blunt of Missouri recently to introduce legislation that would prohibit the federal government from requiring Americans to disclose their race or ethnicity in connection with the purchase of a firearm. Both legislators are Republicans.

House COMPETES Bill Refocuses on Critical Research

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The U.S. House passed the America COMPETES Reauthorization Act of 2015 on Wednesday. In response, Wyoming’s Congresswoman Cynthia Lummis, who is the Western Caucus chairman, released the following statement.

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