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Q-Man Fundraiser Today Receives Overwhelming Community Support

After local music-store owner Jon Quarterman's, Q-Man Music, house burned down last week, it seems that every musician in the county wanted to help him in his efforts to rebuild it – and that's only a slight exaggeration.

Johnson County Fair Kicks Off Sunday in Buffalo

Johnson County Fair Kicks Off Sunday in Buffalo

The 2011 Johnson County Fair will begin its week-long run Sunday, July 31 and wrap up Sunday, August 7.
Sunday, the dog show will begin at 8am, and open class exhibits will be accepted from 1 to 7pm. FFA exhibits are due at 4pm.

High Fire Danger on the Bighorn National Forest

Bighorn National Forest officials have announced that conditions on the mountain have reached the point of a high fire danger.

Mediate wins Jim Murray Award for College Sportswriter of the Year

Jim Murray was a journalist who won national sportswriter of the year 14 times and was the one of the only sportswriters to ever win a Pulitzer Prize. Aspiring sportswriter Daniel Mediate of Sheridan may have just started chipping away at those accolades.

UW Police Investigating Fatality at War Memorial Stadium

Courtesy of UW News:
July 29, 2011 LARAMIE - University of Wyoming police are investigating the death of a 43-year-old Laramie man whose body was found Thursday night at War Memorial Stadium.

New Degree Offered at Sheridan College in Johnson County

Sheridan College in Johnson County will be offering a new degree starting this fall, that can be earned solely in Johnson County.
With the Associate of Applied Science, General Technology Degree, students can go to work or move on to earn a four-year degree.

Convicted Ernst Murderers File Several Motions to the Wyoming Supreme Court

17-year-old convicted murderer Dharminder Sen filed a motion in Wyoming Supreme Court Thursday to withdraw counsel citing a conflict of interest, as his co-defendant Wyatt Bear Cloud is also being represented by the same court appointed attorneys in his appeal case.

State Veterans Memorial Asking for Names of Veterans Who Have Died Dating Back to Vietnam

The State of Wyoming's Veterans Memorial Park in Cody is looking to add another monument for vets who have died since Vietnam, and they are asking for Wyoming residents to help them complete their list of names by sending information.

Lummis Talks Debt Crisis on MSNBC

U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis appeared on MSNBC Wednesday to discuss the debt crisis.

37 Wyoming Post Offices Under Review for Closure by USPS

In an effort by the United States Postal Service to reduce post offices by one in every 10 nationwide, 37 offices in Wyoming including several Sheridan and Buffalo area locations, are under review for closure.

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