Wyoming

Buffalo PD Offering Outreach Program For Bike Safety

The Buffalo Police Department will be partnering with local businesses to reward kids in the community for riding their bicycles safely and for wearing helmets by offering certificates for free ice cream.

Sheridan County Approves Vacation of Right-of-Way

Sheridan County's Commissioners voted to approve a vacation of a public right-of-way in the Town of Lodore during their meeting this week, after considering comments from the public both for and against the vacation.

SMH Has New Family Nurse Practitioner

Rebekah Montgomery has joined Sheridan Memorial Hospital's internal medicine department as the new family nurse practitioner.

Buffalo Trap & Skeet, 4-H Offering Shooting Competition

The Buffalo Trap & Skeet Club and Johnson County 4-H are teaming to offer a shooting competition and early registration ends Friday.

Scams Come in 'a Lot of Shapes'

Scams are prevalent, and they come in a lot of different shapes.

Registration Open for Summer Day Camp

Students who will enter fifth and sixth grades in the fall can register now for the Wyoming Game & Fish Department's wildlife conservation and outdoor recreation summer camp.

Sheridan Supports LGBTQ+ Organization Forms

Recently, members of the LGBTQ+ community in Sheridan County met for the first time as an official organization, Sheridan Supports LGBTQ+.

Rabies Clinic Through Saturday in Kendrick Park

On Thursday morning, the Annual Rabies Clinic at Sheridan’s Kendrick Park got underway.

Inaugural Cooking with a Cop Set for Saturday

The Sheridan Police Department has been working on trying to find creative and fun ways to facilitate interactions between the public they serve and themselves by hosting outreach events like Coffee with a Cop. On Saturday, Lt.

National group to push for death penalty repeal in Wyoming

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CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Led by Cheyenne Republican Rep. Jared Olsen, state legislators took a bill to repeal the state's death penalty further than it's ever gotten in the 2019 legislative session, with almost no ground support and a lobbying effort that only began at the session's start.

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