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August 13th, 2014

2014 Wyoing hunting season opens Friday / Rec District softball season closes out this weekend / UW athletics looking for more funding

WYOMING BIG GAME HUNTING - The 2014 Wyoming hunting season is set to open tomorrow with opening day for antelope archery season.

Wyoming game and fish warden Bruce Scigliano says archery hunting for antelope isn't the most popular way to harvest the animals but it is very popular for that particular type of hunter.

And he reminds archery hunters to make sure they check regulations for additional archery rules.

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Free Health Screenings Available

Free health screenings for children under five are available in both Johnson and Sheridan Counties. Hannah Stepenoff has the story.

Grouse Mountain Trail Run Coming Up

This is the first year for the Grouse Mountain Trail Run, and race director Ryan Mader said he is excited to see how the new 12k and 24k races turn out.

Buffalo Sports Complex Nearly Complete

The two-year city project to upgrade the Buffalo Sports Field Complex is coming to a close.

A Look Back in Time: Aug. 14, 1914

Fire about 4 o'clock this afternoon practically gutted the kitchen annex of the Great Western Hotel on Main Street.

Dayton Council to Meet

Dayton's town council will consider the final plat for Brad and Wanda Johnson at a meeting next week.

Polls Open 7-7 for Elections

Polls will be open from 7 til 7 on Tuesday for this year's primary elections in Sheridan County.

Land Planning Session Engages Residents

Twenty Sheridan residents got busy with colored markers, rulers and maps Wednesday night in a hands-on exercise in land planning at the Best Western Sheridan Center in Sheridan.

Traffic Fatality Blamed on Worn Tires

A crash on Interstate 90 Tuesday that claimed the life of 37-year-old Thomas Iden of Waterford, Michigan was the result of poor tire conditions on Iden's 1990 Jeep Wrangler.