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Game Department Sets Hunt Seasons

After dozens of public meetings and a review of comments from the public, the hunt seasons and quotas for Wyoming have been set for big game species, which include bison, upland game birds, small game and wild turkeys.

Economic Benefits of Tourism to Yellowstone

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A new National Park Service report outlines the economic benefits of tourism to Yellowstone National Park. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

Texas Fugitive Arrested in Casper

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After being on the lam for almost 28 years, 58-year-old Benigno Galeno-Negreros is in custody after being involved in a crash southwest of Casper. Wyoming Highway Patrol was dispatched to investigate a crash on WY 220, 46 miles southwest of Casper.

Long-Time Teacher, FFA Advisor to Retire

Nick Siddle judges a steer show in Casper. (Courtesy Photo)

Long-time Sheridan High School ag teacher Nick Siddle has announced that he'll retire at the end of June.

CASA Breakfast Honors Volunteers

The annual breakfast event that honors volunteers of the Child Advocacy Services of the Big Horns group referred to as CASA will be held this morning at 7:30 at the Best Western in Sheridan.

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Two Arraigned in District Court

Two people were arraigned on unrelated charges in district court in Sheridan Thursday morning. Both pleaded not guilty to the charges against them, and trial dates are pending in the court of Judge William Edelman. Arraignments took place in the Sheridan County Courthouse in Sheridan.

Public Meeting On Sign Ordinance Draws Few

Buffalo's Planning and Zoning Commission hosted a public meeting on the proposed Sign Ordinance at the Bomber Mountain Civic Center Wednesday evening, that drew only a few business owners and other concerned citizens to speak their minds on the issue.

Rep. Madden Talks With Buffalo City Council

Mike Madden. Photo by Aaron Palmer

At this week's Buffalo City Council meeting, State Treasurer Mark Gordon and State Representative Mike Madden, both of Buffalo, spoke on this year's legislative session and what can be expected in the coming year.

County Proclaims National Museum Month, Day

Johnson County's Commissioners have proclaimed May as “National Museum Month” for Johnson County and also May 19th as “National Museum Day” during their regular meeting this week.

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