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Game and Fish Lifts Fire Ban

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has lifted a fire ban that was put into effect this summer on state lands in Sheridan, Johnson and Crook counties.

Saturday Cemetery Tours Cancelled

The Sheridan County Historical Society & Museum cancelled Saturday's cemetery tours due to rain and wind.

Life Link Receives Grant from Eagles Women

Life Link of Sheridan County has received a $1,000 grant from the Big Horn Mountain Eagles Ladies Auxiliary.

Changes to Medicare Topic at Program

Kim Kantor from the Wyoming State Health Insurance Information Program will talk about upcoming changes to Medicare Part D prescription coverage in a presentation Friday at Heritage Towers.

NRA Awards Grant to Local 4-H Shooting Program

The Sheridan County 4-H has received a grant of nearly $9,400 from the NRA Foundation for the 4-H shooting sports program in Sheridan County.

Fatal Crash Reported East of Sheridan

A 19-year-old Arvada man died Friday in a fatal crash east of Sheridan.

Wyoming Wildlife Foundation Providing Grants for Bears

The Wyoming Wildlife Foundation will provide grants of up to $5,500 to support research, habitat protection, education and other similar projects for all species of bears through the 2016 Memorial Bear Fund.

Water is Topic of Talk at Senior Center

Dr. Erin Nitschke, ACE health coach and fitness nutrition specialist, will talk about staying hydrated for your health at next month's “When I'm 64 … or More” presentation at the Sheridan Senior Center.

Wyoming Canvassing Board to Meet Wednesday

Wyoming Secretary of State Ed Murray will chair the Wyoming State Canvassing Board when it meets Wednesday.

Buffalo BLM to Host Public Meeting

The Bureau of Land Management field office in Buffalo will hold a public meeting to inform local residents of current and future planned BLM actions in southern Johnson County.

Firefighters Respond to Wildfire West of Sheridan

Firefighters from the Bighorn National Forest and the Dayton Volunteer Fire Department have responded to a wildfire about 12 miles west of Sheridan.

Sheridan Police Provide Free Rides Home

Sheridan police again this year will provide free rides home with the city limits from the downtown street dances on Friday and Saturday nights.

Yale Students Present Research at Spear-O Saturday

Students from Yale University will present excerpts Saturday from their research at the Spear-O Mountain Campus, starting at 10 a.m.

Horse Power and Tractor Activities Among Field Day Events

Horse and tractor harrowing and an antique tractor show will blend with research projects and the 125-year history of the Wyoming Agricultural Experiment Station during the Sheridan Research and Extension Center's field day this month.

Farmers' Market Starts Thursday

This year's Farmers' Market will start Thursday on Grinnell Plaza in downtown Sheridan.

Fire Danger in Bighorn National Forest Upgraded

The fire danger in the Bighorn National Forest has recently been upgraded to “very high,” according to managers of the national forest, and people are advised to be alert to fire danger in the area.

Arvada Man Dies in Crash Southeast of Sheridan

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A fatal crash southeast of Sheridan late Friday afternoon has resulted in the death of 60-year-old Arvada resident Donald Malli. The crash occurred at 5:00 pm on US Highway 14/16 approximately 55 miles southeast of Sheridan.

Disaster Assistance Available in Sheridan County

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has announced 10 counties in Wyoming, including Sheridan, are eligible for disaster assistance due to drought.

First Interstate Donates to Senior Center

Sheridan's First Interstate Bank recently donated $1,500 to the Sheridan Senior Center's Meals Program, during Older American's Month in May.

Eagles Auxiliary Donates to Senior Center

Big Horn Mountain Eagles Auxiliary 4169 recently donated $1,300 to the Sheridan Senior Center.