Officials Arrest Homicide Suspect

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The FBI confirmed Monday night that a suspect is in custody for the weekend homicide in Big Horn County. Authorities are not releasing the suspect's name at this time. The update comes from Q2 News out of Billings.

Officials Support Cyber-bullying Resolution

Sheridan County School District 2 trustees have approved a resolution that would allow law enforcement to intervene in instances of cyber-bullying.

Health Supervisor Speaks To Board

Johnson County's Board of Health had a visit from State Public Health Supervisor Judy Stallman at their last quarterly meeting in October.

Deer Mitigation Begins This Week

The Buffalo Police Department wants residents to be aware that the annual deer mitigation will begin this week and continue through the end of December or until 60 deer have been harvested.

Council Rejects Waste Facility Bid

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The Sheridan City Council rejected a bid for improvements to the household hazardous waste facility at the landfill. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was at the meeting and has more.

Sheridan Holds Parent/Teacher Conferences

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Parent teacher conferences will take place Thursday (Nov. 7) and Friday (Nov. 8) at Sheridan High School. Principal Dirleen Wheeler says that the conferences will begin Thursday evening and continue for half of the day Friday.

Author Canterbury Signs Books

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Sheridan College instructor Dr. Jacqueline Canterbury will discuss and sign her newly released book, “Birds and Birding in Wyoming's Bighorn Mountains Region,” on Wednesday, (Nov. 6), from 11:30 to 1:30 in the academic center atrium.

Sheriff: Kidnapping Report False

A reported kidnapping originating in Montana and ending in Johnson County near Buffalo Monday turned out to be a false report, according to Johnson County Sheriff Steve Kozisek.

AP News Update

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Judge sets trial for Russian in rifle sight case

Judge Orders Montana to Re-Compute Coal Tax

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BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) - A state judge has ordered Montana authorities to recalculate how much is owed by a Wyoming mining company that challenged its $3.4 million tax bill.