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Final Water Supply Outlook Released

The National Weather Service in Riverton released the final water supply outlook of the year for Wyoming on Monday.

Program Features Barn Quilt Trail

Bonnie Roth of Johnson County. Photo provided by JCAHC.
Judy Peck of Johnson County. Photo provided by JCAHC.

A local arts council will be hosting a presentation in Buffalo on the barn quilt trail movement. Hannah Stepenoff has the details.

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A Look Back in Time: June 10, 1914

A bartender here in Sheridan attempted suicide at noon today by jumping into Big Goose Creek. He jumped from the bridge at Pioneer Park. It is thought he was temporarily out of his mind at the time. He was taken to the hospital and will recover.

Chamber Lunch Will Focus on Small Business

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Chamber CEO Dixie Johnson

Small business will be the theme of the program for the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon Wednesday. Chamber CEO Dixie Johnson says that three members of the Small Business Administration will be giving the presentation at the luncheon.

Historic Structures Available for Public Rental

(Courtesy of the Bighorn National Forest)
(Courtesy of the Bighorn National Forest)

Two historic structures in the Bighorn National Forest are available for public rental. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Final Water Supply Outlook Released

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The National Weather Service in Riverton Monday released the final water supply outlook of the year for Wyoming.

Search Continues for Suspects

Local authorities are still searching for the suspect or suspects who broke into the Boys & Girls Club of the Big Horns building in Buffalo.

Buffalo Police Acquire Climbing Wall

The Buffalo Police Department has taken delivery of a climbing wall from the Wyoming National Guard, according to Chief Jason Carder, who gave his report to the Buffalo City Council at their last meeting.

Decision On Stock Trail Abandonment Tabled

Johnson County's Commissioners.

Johnson County's Commissioners chose to table a decision on whether or not to abandon a stock trail easement, not specifying a particular date to re-address the issue.

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