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Weekend Storms Help Mountain Snowpack...Somewhat

Even with the snowfall in the mountains and precipitation elsewhere during the long holiday weekend last week, snowpack in the Bighorn Mountains didn't change much, according to National Weather Service Hydrologist Jim Fahey, from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) Riverton office.

Buffalo Hampton Inn Receives International Recognition

Buffalo's Hampton Inn and Suites was named a Hilton National Connie Award Winner, one of only four locations worldwide to receive the honor.

Deadline For Johnson County Candidates To File Is Today

Candidates who wish to file for public office positions in Johnson County or the City of Buffalo have until 5pm today to do so.

SMH Considers Medical Office Building

Construction on the new wing of Sheridan Memorial Hospital is on schedule to be completed at the end of September.

Chesnut Will Compete For Barasso's Seat

Democratic Albany County Commissioner Tim Chesnut says he will run for the U.S. Senate.

Rabid Skunk Found In Dayton

A skunk found on West 2nd Avenue in Dayton tested positive for rabies this week.

Cordon Sentenced In District Court On Forgery Charge

Johnson County Attorney Ken DeCock

William Cordon was sentenced in District Court Tuesday in Buffalo after previously pleading guilty to one count of Forgery and one count of Obtaining Property by False Pretenses.

Sheridan Gets Second Bear Visit This Year

The 170-pound, male black bear found wandering in Sheridan city limits this morning lies sedated while a game warden watches over him. This bear is the second to visit Sheridan city limits this year. (Photo courtesy of the Wyoming Game and Fish)
Game Wardens monitor the bear that was sedated after wandering into town. This bear is the second to visit Sheridan city limits this year. (Photo courtesy of the Wyoming Game and Fish)

A young, 170-pound male black bear was spotted in town this morning in the equipment yard behind Prime Rate Motors.

May Was a Big Month for Tourism in Sheridan

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May was a very good month for tourism in Sheridan. (Image Courtesy of Sheridan Travel and Tourism)

A number of big events in Sheridan County during May has kicked off the local tourism season with a bang. Sheridan Travel and Tourism Executive Director Penny Becker.

Sheridan County GOP Chair to Run for House District 30 Seat

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Sheridan County GOP Chair Kathy Coleman will run for the House District 30 seat. (Image Courtesy of Kathy Coleman)

Several weeks ago when State Representative Jon Botten announced that he would not seek reelection for the House District 30 seat, it opened the door for prospective candidates.

SheridanWyoming.com