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Book Signing for 'Shortcut to Heaven' Author Oct. 8 in Sheridan

Colorado native Robert Bush was a successful sales and marketing executive in the Biotechnology industry for 27 years - that is, until his 11-year-old daughter was diagnosed with a tumor in her jaw.

Governor Mead Announces Unique Collaboration to Address Alcohol Abuse

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead announced the formation of a unique collaboration between the State of Wyoming, the City of Cheyenne and F.E. Warren Air Force Base.

Tom Balding, Discovery Channel Complete Filming

After a little more than two days of filming that included a lengthy process of camera maneuvering to make sure and catch each step that goes into making bits, spurs and buckles, the Discovery Channel completed filming at Tom Balding Bits and Spurs in Sheridan.

Seven Bears Captured in Yellowstone Mauling Probe

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) - The superintendent of Yellowstone National Park says seven grizzly bears have been captured near the scene of a fatal mauling of a Michigan hiker, but none has been linked definitively to the attack.

Sheridan County Listeria Death Linked to Cantaloupe Outbreak

(Updated) -- The Wyoming Department of Health confirmed Tuesday that Listeria that killed a Sheridan County woman last week was linked to the Colorado cantaloupe outbreak.

Daniels Fund Scholarships Available to Wyo. High School Seniors

High school seniors in Wyoming demonstrating financial need can apply now for Daniels Fund scholarships. Students must be nominated for scholarships by local agencies such as the Boys and Girls Club, 4-H programs the YMCA, or even their high school counselors.

Nomination Deadline for BLN Awards is Friday

The Business Leadership Network wants to recognize businesses who have excelled in working with disabled individuals in the past year, and they are accepting nominations for Sheridan-Buffalo area community members until Friday, September 30th.

VOA Graduates 49 from Recovery Programs

Volunteers of America Northern Rockies recognized 49 in Sheridan on Saturday who have graduated substance abuse recovery programs in the past few years.

Oktoberfest Draws 1,300 to Buffalo

The 2nd Annual Buffalo Oktoberfest was Saturday in Crazy Woman Square, and nearly 1,300 people came through the gate at the event, according to Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Director Angela Jarvis.

Some Damage in Weekend Fires in Buffalo, Johnson County

Two fires, one in Buffalo and the other in Johnson County, caused damage to property over the weekend.

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