August 28th, 2014

Conservation Stamp Needed to Hunt and Fish in Wyoming

For over three decades, a conservation stamp in addition to a license, is needed to hunt or fish in Wyoming.

UW Receives More Than $50 Million in Private Gifts

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According to information released Thursday by the University of Wyoming, the university, during the fiscal year that ended June 30th, received more than $50 million dollars in private gifts for the second consecutive year.

Bronc football opens tonight / Pokes go tomorrow / Broncos whip Cowboys

BRONC FOOTBALL - The Bronc football team will play at home tonight as we continue our preview with Head coach Don Julian.

The Broncs have very good depth at the skill positions this fall and Julian says it's nice to have all that speed and quickness.

The Broncs knocked Laramie out of the playoffs in the quarter final last year and Julian believes the Plainsmen will be a much improved team this season.

And finally Julian talks about the Broncs keys to success tonight.

JCHC Does 'Very Well' On Strict OSHA Inspection

The Johnson County Healthcare Center's Board of Trustees had their monthly meeting Wednesday night, and they heard reports from staff and administration on numbers of patients, residents in the care center and those in home health and hospice care, and the results from a surprise inspection.

Council Approves Purchase Of Patrol Vehicle

Earlier this month, the Buffalo City Council reviewed the bids and heard the recommendation to purchase a new patrol vehicle by Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder.

Not Camping This Weekend? Here Are Some Things To Do

Labor Day Weekend is the “traditional” ending to the summer season, and many will be heading to the mountains, lakes, and other areas to camp one last time before hunting season kicks into high gear.

A Look Back in Time: Aug. 29, 1914

T.J. Settle has been elected president of the Sheridan County democratic central committee.

Forest Steering Committee Had Annual Field Trip

Members of the Bighorn National Forest Plan Steering Committee attended their annual field trip Thursday to tour areas in the Powder River District, and discuss implementation of aspects of the 2005 Revised Bighorn Forest Plan.

A&E Show 'Longmire' Canceled

National entertainment reports say 'Longmire', the A& E television series, will not be returning for a fourth season. The series is based off local author Craig Johnson's novel series, which is set in the fictional town of Durant, said to be based on Buffalo.

Fire at Ace Radiator

Shortly after 5 p.m. Thursday, Sheridan and Goose Valley fire departments, along with Rocky Mountain Ambulance dispatched to Ace Radiator, located on E. 5th Street in Sheridan, where a fire had been reported.