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Trail End Historic Site hosts 'Hands on History' this week

The Trail End State Historic Site will host its Hands On History program Monday through Friday where sixth through eighth grade students from around the area will learn and participate in the process of curating artifacts.

Supercomputer Construction at Halfway Point

Supercomputer Construction at Halfway Point

The National Center for Atmospheric Research and its managing organization, the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research , celebrated the halfway mark in construction of the 70 million dollar Supercomputing Center in Cheyenne with a recent media tour.

Things Are Happening at the “Inn”

The Historic Sheridan Inn has been a hotbed of activity lately.

Over the past few days the Historic Sheridan Inn has been host to a welcome reception for the Wyoming Association of Municipalities Convention and the kickoff event to the 10th annual Celebrate the Arts festival.

4-H Junior Leaders Hosting Science Camp

Gabrielle Koltiska

In and effort to “give young kids something to do,” the Junior Leaders of the Sheridan County 4-H program are hosting a one-day Science Camp later this month.

Beartooth Highway Now Open

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Yellowstone National Park announced Friday that U.S. Highway 212, or Beartooth Highway, is now open for the summer season. This came after late spring snowstorms caused a two-week delay in its scheduled opening date of Memorial Day.

Camp P.O.S.T.C.A.R.D. - Developing Leaders in Our Youth

It's not until the camp's graduation at the end of the week that the Peace Officers don their law enforcement uniforms. Pictured here from the 2008 Camp P.O.S.T.C.A.R.D., Sheridan Police Officer John King and Sheridan County Sheriff's Deputy Mandy Madry acknowledge their Sheridan County participants for completing the program.

Beginning Sunday, June 12th, youth from all over Wyoming between the ages of eleven and thirteen will converge on Casper Mountain for the 8th Annual Camp P.O.S.T.C.A.R.D.

Panel Advocates for Students with Disabilities

Julie Heil

The Federal Department of Education has required that all states have panels of people who are appointed to determine the unmet needs of students with disabilities.

Fair Board Discusses Foundation By-Laws

The Sheridan County Fair Board discussed the future of the Foundation Thursday.

The Sheridan County Fair Association Board of Trustees held a quick meeting Thursday where they discussed possibly transferring some of their carry over funds at the end of the fiscal year into an account for the Foundation.

Bluegrass Camp Signup Deadline Nears

Bluegrass Camp For Kids Signup Deadline is Wednesday

The Bighorn Mountain Festival is still a month away, but for those wanting to learn more about the style of music and how to play and perform better, the deadline to get signed up for a kids musicians camp is near.

Buffalo Renews Contract with St. Francis Shelter

Adopt a friend from your local animal shelter.

The Buffalo City Council, at their meeting Tuesday, voted to approve the existing service agreement contract with St. Francis Animal Shelter for another year.