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Fire on Upper Road, North Park Road in Sheridan County Reportedly Contained

Crews worked to put out the rest of the smoldering ash. Photo by Hannah Stepenoff.

Update: At just after 6 p.m., crews are now leaving the scene as the leftover smoldering has been put out sufficiently.

Breaking: Fire Spotted Near Red Grade Road, According to Eye Witnesses

Smoke and a potential fire up the mountain near Red Grade Road in Big Horn has been reported by eye witnesses. Officials with the Sheridan County Fire District said that they can't release any official information as of yet, but Sheridan Media will keep you posted as information becomes available.

Sheridan County Museum to Open Soon, Announces New Seasonal Exhibits

Sheridan County Museum. (stock photo.)

Sheridan's county museum will be opening its doors soon. Hannah Stepenoff has the details.

Enzi Discusses Budget Resolution, Says Good For Wyoming Economy

Photo by Ron Richter.

Wyoming’s economy could see a boost thanks to the the U.S. Senate’s recently passed budget resolution and its plan to reduce federal overspending, according to U.S. Sen. Mike Enzi.

Mead on "Motion to Dismiss" Wild Horse Management Lawsuit

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The State of Wyoming and Gov. Matt Mead responded to motions to dismiss the state’s lawsuit over the failure of the federal government to appropriately manage wild horses in Wyoming.

Prescribed Burns Planned in Bighorn National Forest

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Fire managers with the Bighorn National Forest have planned several prescribed burns throughout the forest this spring.

UW Debaters Seek National Title

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Two members of the University of Wyoming debate team have qualified for the National Debate Tournament that will take place April 3rd through the 6th in Iowa City, Iowa.

Spring Gear Swap Set for Early April

The Sheridan College Outdoor Adventure Club will host its annual spring gear swap on Saturday, April 11, from 8 to 1 in the Whitney Academic Center Atrium.

Numbers Released on 'No Confidence Vote'

Nearly 70 percent of the employees of Sheridan County School District 1 voted that they have “no confidence” in District Superintendent Marty Kobza, according to Judy Trohkimoinen.

College Hosts Festival of Cultures

Members of the percussive dance company, Step Afrika perform at Sheridan College. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sheridan residents could sample foods from 10 countries, listen to a mixed culture of music, and learn to dance and make origami at Sheridan College on Friday night.

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