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Habitat's Women Build is a Week From Saturday

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The 2013 Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns Women Build will take place a week from this Saturday at a home in Sheridan. Habitat Executive Director Matt Davis tells us about the project.

Museum Appreciation Weekend

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The Sheridan County Museum is holding their appreciation weekend this Saturday and Sunday. Museum Director Nathan Doerr explains what those visiting the museum this weekend can expect.

Department of Health: West Nile Remains a Threat

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As warmer weather begins to settle in across much of the state, the Wyoming Department of Health issued a reminder that West Nile virus spread by mosquitoes remains a potential threat. Sheridan County Public Health Nurse Toby Granger.

City Of Buffalo Hosts Open House On South Burritt Project

Buffalo Mayor Randy Dyess

Last Thursday the City of Buffalo and WWC Engineering hosted a public open house to gather ideas and wants and needs concerning the upcoming South Burritt Avenue project.

Budget Main Focus Of Jo Co Commission Work Session

The Johnson County Commissioners held a work session Tuesday, focusing mainly on budgets submitted by department heads.

Tuesday morning the commissioners discussed the budgets of Treasurer Carla Faircloth, Sheriff Steve Kozisek and Planner Rob Yingling.

Results From The 2013 Lake DeSmet Fishing Derby

The three-day Memorial Day Weekend Buffalo Lion's Club Lake DeSmet Fishing Derby wrapped up on Monday, and was a big success again in this, it's 30th year, according to Lion's Club Chairman Keith Neustel.

WDH Issues Caution About Public Pool Germs

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The Wyoming Department of Health officials say the state's rates of Recreational Water Illnesses (RWI) are three times higher than the national average.

Donald Rumsfeld Opens Up on Public Pulse

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Former Secretary of Defense for the Bush Administration, Donald Rumsfeld, joined Public Pulse host, Kim Love, on Newstalk 930, KROE Tuesday morning.

Decreased DUI Limit Gets Mixed Reaction

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The National Transportation Safety Board's recommendation for states to lower their blood-alcohol limit for drunken drivers is getting mixed reviews in Wyoming.

Pervasive Child Exploitation Brings Workshop to Sheridan

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The Families and Friends Fighting Against Child Sexual Assault (FACSA) Foundation is coming to Sheridan next weekend to provide a free, educational seminar at the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library to empower the community to take a stand against the expl

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