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August 10th, 2015

Sheep Creek Fire In Hands of Local Agencies

The Sheep Creek Fire which started over a week ago in the Big Horn Mountains west of Dayton is 90 percent contained and will be turned over to local agencies Tuesday.

Lincoln May Soon Lose His Head As Construction Dominates Our Road Trip

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Of Wyoming’s four seasons, this one can be the longest and the butt of the most complaints.

Heat Stroke Remains Threat to Dogs

Though we are experiencing cooler days, right now, heat stroke still poses a threat to our pets. Local veterinarian Amber Ingersoll said make sure your dog has plenty of water and is kept in a well-ventilated place, and not in a vehicle.

August 9th

Library Offers Free Fraud Alert Class

Proven ways to secure personal and financial information to help prevent identity theft and fraud will be presented today during a Fraud Watch workshop at the library in Sheridan.

WyDOT Holds Fifth Street Project Meeting

A public meeting to present the design of the proposed reconstruction of Fifth Street in Sheridan will be held tonight at the Best Western in Sheridan.

Taste of Sheridan Draws Crowd

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Called “Wyoming’s Largest Family Picnic,” Taste of Sheridan gives area restaurants and caterers a time to showcase their products while offering samples for the public to try.

DEQ Spokesman: Alpha On Clock On Self-Bonding Issue

A spokesman for Wyoming's Department of Environmental Quality said he believes a self-bonding issue has to play out before Wyoming officials can decide the state's position with regard to the bankruptcy filing by Alpha Natural Resources.

Sheep Creek Wildfire Nearly 70-percent Contained

Containment of the Sheep Creek Fire burning in the Big Horn Mountains west of Dayton was at 67 percent Sunday night.

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Buffalo Police Report To City Council

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder gave his monthly report to the city council during their last regular meeting.