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Buffalo Man, Organization to Receive Awards

Jerry Osborn

“I made a difference to that one,” is the theme behind the Starfish Thrower Awards that will be presented to a number of people and organizations across the state next month, including Buffalo's Jerry Osborn and the Johnson County Wellness Group.

Jo Co Commission Discusses Kaycee Mill Levy

Johnson County Commissioners

The Johnson County Commissioners, at their last meeting, discussed the proposed mill levy for Kaycee to create a solid waste district for southern Johnson County.

Spring Clean Up Time For Sheridan County

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Waiting in line at the City Landfill for Trees for Trash.

Cooler temps on Saturday didn’t discourage Sheridan County residents from heading to the landfill or the parking lot of ERA Carroll Realty for the annual “Trees For Trash” event. And the trade-off was sweet: a free Nanking Cherry Tree in exchange for your junk.

Safe Kids Day Fair a Hit

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Firefighter/Paramedic Kyle Johnson observes as Megan, Annie, and Erin Hoffman rescue a victim during the fire safety challenge course at the Safe Kids Day Event. The event was held Saturday at the YMCA and Whitney Commons Park. (Photo Courtesy Sheridan Fire-Rescue)

The first annual Safe Kids Day Fair was held Saturday at the Whitney Commons Park and YMCA.

“Cops and Jocks” to Set the Stage for Annual Torch Run

Sheridan County Sheriff's Deputy Boot Hill

The Cops and Jocks fundraiser for Special Olympics Wyoming started in 2006 as a means to further promote the Law Enforcement Torch Run. Sheridan County Sheriff's Deputy Boot Hill further explains the event.

Hospital Foundation Benefit To Feature Karen Clift

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The 10th annual Sheridan Memorial Hospital Benefit fundraiser will take place tonight at the Wyo Theater in Sheridan. Foundation Executive Director Ada Kirven explains that they've got something very special planned for the entertainment.

Governor Mead Reflects on Recent Trip to GITMO

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead recently visited Guantanamo Bay. (Courtesy Photo)

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead recently visited Guantanamo Bay to get a glimpse of the detainment facility firsthand. Mead says that there is a lot of misconception surrounding GITMO.

Firefighters Union Files Lawsuit Against City

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The local firefighters union has filed a lawsuit against the City of Sheridan over pay wage increases.

In early April, the Sheridan City Council voted unanimously to uphold the decision by City Human Resources Director Heather Doke to not grant 5% wage increases for 6 firefighters from Sheridan Fire-Rescue.

Council Work Session: Human Resources

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The City of Sheridan wrapped up their first week of budget work sessions Friday with a look at the Human Resources department.

Guardians of the Range

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FFA members get ready to present the colors at Guardians of the Range fundraiser.

Over 100 people attended the first annual Wonderful Wyoming Fundraiser held at the Historic Sheridan Inn Friday night. All proceeds went to benefit the non-profit group called Guardians of the Range.