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JCHC Board OKs Purchase of Adjacent Property

The Johnson County Healthcare Center's Board of Trustees, at their meeting Wednesday evening, approved the purchase of an adjacent property to the healthcare center.

Buffalo's Jim Gatchell Museum Open House Saturday

The Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum in Buffalo will host an Open House this Saturday from 10am to 3pm.

Test Your Natural Knowledge on June 15, 16 at Mosier Gulch

The Bureau of Land Management's Buffalo Field Office will be teaming up with the Audubon Society on June 15 and 16 by hosting what they're calling a BioBlitz on at the Mosier Gulch Recreation Area.

Wyo. Board of Ed. Names Semifinal Candidates in Director Search

The Wyoming State Board of Education announced Thursday there are six candidates moving forward to the interview process in the search for a director of the Wyoming Department of Education.

Hoop Jam is a Go Rain or Shine

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The 13th annual 3-on-3 Hoop Jam basketball tournament is set to take place Saturday and Sunday in Sheridan. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the details.

Saturday is Free Fishing Day in Wyoming

Every year the Wyoming Game and Fish Department designates one day a year as their annual Free Fishing Day in the state. That day is Saturday, June 1st. Sheridan Region Game and Fish Information Specialist Warren Mischke.

UW Hosts Astronomy Experience for Students From Around the U.S.

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Six undergraduate students from colleges across the United States are attending a 10-week astronomy experience at the University of Wyoming. Astronomy Professor Daniel Dale says the educational program is funded by a three-year, 200-thousand dollar grant from the National Science Foundation.

EXCLUSIVE: SHS Student Leads New Effort to Get Sheridan Speedway Up and Running

A junior at Sheridan High School is leading a re-energized effort to get the Sheridan Speedway up and running. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy has the story.

Devils Tower Climbing Ban Starts Saturday

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Devil's Tower National Monument is instituting it's annual ban on climbing for the month of June to pay homage to Native Americans, who will be having ceremonies there throughout the month.

Letter From the Public: Circus DOES Have Violations

If the Jaycees’s had done an independent background check instead of just asking the Circus’ Owners if they abuse their animals they would have found this evidence.

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