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June 4th, 2015

Emergency Blood Drive Deemed Success

The emergency blood drive held over two days late last month in Sheridan was a success.

Postal Service Honors Presley on Musical Icon Series

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The legendary king of rock and roll, Elvis Presley, who died in 1977, has been chosen as the sixth inductee to be featured on a Forever stamp issued by the U.S. Postal Service as part of its Music Icon Series.

June 4th

Buffalo, Johnson County Declared Disaster Areas

Johnson County Commissioners and Buffalo Mayor Mike Johnson made the decision Thursday night to declare Johnson County and the City of Buffalo disaster areas in an attempt to speed up the process of getting financial help to the area.

A Weekend of ‘Hoop Jam’ in Sheridan

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Over eight-hundred participants from around the region will converge on Whitney Plaza in Sheridan this weekend as the 15th annual “Hoop Jam” begins Saturday morning. The 3-on-3 street basketball tournament will run from 8 to 6 on Saturday, and 8 till 4 on Sunday.

Forest Service Road Construction Set For Next Week

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According to a news release from the Bighorn National Forest Service, road maintenance on Forest Service Road 13, the Medicine Wheel Ranger Station Road, and Forest Service Road 14, the Devils Canyon Road, will begin next week.

Wisconsin Men Pay Hefty Fines for Poached Mule Deer

Two men who were caught for the poaching of trophy game animals on private land in Johnson and Sheridan counties will pay a fine and restitution totalling $21,000 and have lost their hunting privileges in Wyoming until 2018.

UPDATE: Officials Declare Johnson County, City of Buffalo Disaster Areas

By late last night, the town of Buffalo and Johnson County had been declared a disaster area by city and county officials, due to the flooding there.

City Crews Cleaning Up After Storm

Manhole covers blew, streets were flooded and damaged by debris, and basements and garages across Sheridan were flooded in the storm that blew through the area Thursday night.

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A Look Back in Time: June 5, 1915

Sheridan Commercial company Manager D.E. Gwinn has announced plans to rebuild the store that was destroyed in a fire yesterday.