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September 15th, 2015

Rains Dampen Yellowstone Fires

Significant rainfall Monday night has reportedly diminished two fires in Yellowstone National Park, although both fires are still burning.

Commission Awards Airport, Bridge Project Bids

The Sheridan County Commission awarded a bridge project on Monarch Road to Norwood Construction for $48,500 during today’s meeting, and approved a contract with O’Dell Construction for just over $51,000 to renovate the Sensational Kids Building at the county-owned airport in Sheridan.

Citizens Request Community Showing of 'Longmire'

Episodes of the new season of the “Longmire” television series will be shown each week at a local community center, starting tonight and running through mid-October. Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

September 14th

Fire Damaged Wildlife Management Area Closed for Spraying

The Amsden Creek Wildlife Habitat Area in the Big Horn Mountains near Dayton that was burned recently by the Sheep Creek Fire is closed this week so managers can spray the weeds.

Computer Classes, Book Discussions Start at Library

Free computer classes continue this week at the library in Sheridan, held Thursday mornings, starting at 10, through October 22.

UW Research Program Aims to Help Oil, Gas Producers

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Oil and gas producers in Wyoming’s Powder River Basin are expected to gain insights that will improve the precision and effectiveness of their operations as a result of a cooperative research project with the University of Wyoming.

Commission Meets Today to Award Bridge, Airport Bids

The Sheridan County Commission is expected to award a bid for a bridge project on Monarch Road to Norwood Construction during today’s meeting, and consider an agreement with O’Dell Construction for just over $51,000 to renovate the Sensational Kids Building at the Sheridan County Airport in Sheridan.

Joint Revenue Interim Committee Discusses Funding for Local Governments

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The Joint Revenue Interim Committee of the Wyoming Legislature met Thursday and Friday in Buffalo. Representative Mike Madden of Buffalo is Co-Chair of the Committee, and says that funding for local governments was a major topic of the two-day meeting.

Local Habitat Management Area Closed Temporarily

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The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has temporarily closed the Amsden Creek Wildlife Habitat Management Area northwest of Dayton, to facilitate post wildfire treatments following last month’s Sheep Creek Fire. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

UW and State Community Colleges to Celebrate National GEAR UP Week

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The University of Wyoming along with community colleges throughout the state will be celebrating the success of the GEAR UP college access program with events beginning Monday, September 21.