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July 28th, 2015

Johnson County Announces Wagon Box Road Closure

Wagon Box Road will close beginning Next week to allow for repairs, according to the Johnson County Road and Bridge department.

Blood Still Needed, Drive Continues

A blood drive continues today in Sheridan. Sydney Galletti, with United Blood Services, says blood is needed because there has been a significant increase in the area in the number of trauma patients requiring massive transfusions.

Tourism Director Vows to Promote Air Service

Sheridan’s new director of the Travel and Tourism Office stopped by the Sheridan County courthouse Monday morning to meet the county commissioners.

County Fire Warden Says No Fire Restrictions, Just Yet

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Currently there are no fire restrictions in place for Sheridan County. That could change soon however with the recent hot temperatures we’ve been experiencing in Sheridan County. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

Lightning Starts Three Fires on Crow Reservation

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Firefighters with the Crow Agency Bureau of Indian Affairs and Big Horn County continue to battle several wildfires that were ignited late Sunday night by lightning on the Crow Reservation one-hour north of Sheridan in Montana.

UW Trustees Approve Contract With Search Consultant

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The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees held a special meeting Monday, where they selected a consulting firm to assist with the search for a new president of the university.

July 27th

Veterinarian Volunteers Services to Youth

Among the many volunteers working behind the scenes at the Sheridan County Fair this year is Ranchester veterinarian Stephanie Blevins.

UW Dean of Education Says College Can Be Better

The new dean of the University of Wyoming's College of Education says he's under mandate from the University's board of trustees to improve the job the college is doing.

Dog Show Starts Fair Events

Kylie Sorenson had a good morning on Monday as she picked up the grand championship as senior dog showman in the first event of this year's Sheridan County Fair.

Trial Set to Begin in Gillette Murder Case

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The first-degree murder trial for a man charged in the Thanksgiving Day 2013 shooting death of another man in Gillette is finally set to begin.