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Longmire Days Wraps Today In Buffalo

Buffalo's fourth annual Longmire Days celebration will conclude its three-day run today with another full day of events.

City Councilor Discusses Franchise Agreements

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Sheridan City Councilman Alex Lee (Photo by Ron Richter)

The issue of franchise agreements between the City of Sheridan and A-C-T and Charter Communications first came before the city council at their May 19 meeting. Since that time, the ordinances establishing the agreements have been tabled a couple of times.

UW Receives Major Research Instrumentation Award

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(Image courtesy of the University of Wyoming)

The University of Wyoming is acquiring equipment that will more accurately measure aquifer levels in the ground. The university has received a major instrument award in the amount of $400,000, to purchase a borehole nuclear magnetic instrument.

Mosquito Counts High

A wet, windy June added up to a good month for mosquitoes, not so good for people dealing with them.

Senior Center is Lending Out Bikes

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The Senior Center has opened a unique lending operation as a new service to our community. The center is lending out bicycles to anyone 18 and over in Sheridan for free and yes, they will have to be returned. Fun Director Jane Perkins gave the details.

Senior Olympics Snag

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Only two teams played in the mixed doubles category of the Senior Olympics.

A lack of interest or a lack of organization, but there seems to be no explanation for the lack of attendance at the Senior Olympics being held in Sheridan.

A Look Back in Time: July 18, 1915

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 July 18, 1915.

Longmire Days Continues Today In Buffalo

Day 2 of the Longmire Days celebration in Buffalo will begin with a Longmire Posse/Kiwanis pancake breakfast in the courthouse parking lot.

Sheridan WYO Rodeo Revives Powwow Dancing at Sheridan Inn

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Devin Killsback (Northern Cheyenne) spins her shawl during a fancy dance at the First People's Powwow at the Sheridan Inn on Thursday, July 9, 2015. The event was staged as part of Sheridan WYO Rodeo week. (Gregory Nickerson/WyoFile)

The sound of Northern Cheyenne flute music drifted over the green lawn of the Sheridan Inn, holding the powwow audience in rapt silence in a scene perhaps reminiscent of Indian dances staged here 100 years ago.

More Federal Aid Available for Johnson County Infrastructure

President Barack Obama has granted federal disaster assistance to help cover the cost of repairing roads and bridges damaged by flooding this spring in four Wyoming counties.

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