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November 10th, 2014

Boom Continues Around the State; Even Here in the Old Home Town

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According to all indicators, business in my home county of Fremont is going well.  My banker friends and Chamber of Commerce officials say times are good. Business folks are doing brisk sales.

Collision Injuring Child Bicyclist Still Under Investigation

An incident involving a collision between a bicyclist and a vehicle is still under investigation.

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West Range Fire Claims 1,200 Acres

A fire that started Saturday in a heavily wooded area west of Buffalo that has burned through at least 1,200 acres was 25 percent contained by Sunday night before the snowfall.

November 9th

State Volleyball wraps up / Rams will play for the 2-A football title / Broncs eliminated / Broncos dominate the Raiders

Big Horn meets Mtn. View Saturday at 10:00 for the 2-A state title

STATE VOLLEYBALL - The Sheridan Lady Broncs were knocked out of the state volleyball tournament in an elimination game loss Saturday morning against Riverton.

The Big Horn Lady Rams made it all the way to the championship match a faced Wright, the Lady Panthers had been ranked number one all season. The Lady Rams beat Wright in the regional tournament final the prior week but Wright took the state title match winning in three games.

Johnson County OKs FFA Bathroom at Kaycee School Barn

At their last meeting Johnson County's Commissioners were approached by the Future Farmers of America (FFA) Kaycee Chapter to put in a bathroom at the barn at the Kaycee School.

Commissioner Delbert Eitel explained more about the proposed project.

Johnson County Library Auction Raises Nearly $30K

Last Friday evening the Johnson County Library held their annual Auction Fundraiser.

The event began at 6pm with a social hour and silent auction, and the live auction began at 7:30.

When Do Election Workers Vote?

Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair has the answer to what was, for her, one of the burning questions in this year's General Election.

A Look Back in Time: Nov. 10, 1914

Twenty-four men of Company H reported for target practice this morning at the rifle range east of the city.

Latest Information On Buffalo's West Range Fire

Sunday, 8pm:

Johnson County Public Information Officer Marcy Schueler held a briefing for the media this evening to give the latest information on Buffalo's West Range Fire.

As of 7pm, the fire had consumed 1,170 acres and is 25% contained, and is not growing at this time.