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Application Period for Deer, Elk, and Antelope Ends May 31

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Resident and Nonresident hunters can apply now for their deer and antelope license.

Hey Grads, Your Learning Days Are Not ver . . . Not By a Long Shot

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I am not afraid of tomorrow for I have seen yesterday and I love today. – William Allen White

This is a message for 2017 graduates – there are just two times in your lives when you feel you are done with learning and just do not want to learn any more.

Sheridan County Fire Organizations Participate in Quarterly Training

On Saturday, local firefighters participated in a quarterly training exercise. Sheridan Fire and Rescue Captain Gary Harnish said the type of training they did was swift water rescue.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.

YELLOWSTONE ROADS-CODY

CODY, Wyo. (AP) — Cody business owners are concerned about losing customers because of proposed road construction in 2018 in Yellowstone National Park.

County Commission OK's Kearney Hall Subdivision

Johnson County's Commissioners, at a recent regular meeting, approved the Final Plat for the Kearney Hall Minor Subdivision, after hearing a presentation from County Planner Jim Waller.

Buffalo Council Approves Three To Local Boards

Three people have been approved to serve on separate boards for the City of Buffalo, after the city council voted them in at their last regular meeting, on the recommendation of Mayor Mike Johnson.

Habitat Garage Sale Raises Estimated $20,000

The annual garage sale put on by Habitat for Humanity of Johnson County was this past weekend, and raised an estimated $20,000 for the organization over it's four-day run.

A Look Back in Time: May 22, 1917

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on May 22, 1917.

Spring Run-Off at Kendrick Park

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Trout Unlimited hosted its first-ever Spring Runoff and Mayfly Festival at Kendrick Park on Saturday. Nick Haderlie is president of the local organization and explained its purpose.

This Week's Poll Question

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President Trump has worn the victim’s hat for several weeks now and with numerous accusations continually hurled at him, it’s a wonder figuring out just what is true or not.

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