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Sheridan College Will Host Two Youth Learning Camps This Summer

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The Sheridan college Workforce and Community education department will host two summer camps for kids this month and in July.

The first camp is an entrepreneur camp for 6th through 8th graders department Director Karen St. Clair gives us the details.

Habitat Looks for Community Engagement

As Sheridan Media previously reported, Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns in partnership with Thrivent Financial, hosted a “Women’s Build” over the weekend to help build a home for Sheridan resident Cathy Baker.

A Look Back in Time: June 14, 1916

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on June 14, 1916.

Knights of Columbus Blood Drive Wednesday

The Sheridan Knights of Columbus will be hosting the United Blood Services for a blood drive on Wednesday from 2-6pm. Ken Weber, one of the members of the Knights of Columbus.

Details Released on Fatal Crash Near Cody

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Last Thursday, at 12:20, 5 motorcycles and a pickup truck were involved in a crash that claimed the lives of 3 German national residents on U.S. Highway 14/16/20 approximately 23 miles west of Cody.

County Tripartite Board Meets

Sheridan County's Tripartite Board awarded nearly $136,000 in grant funds to nine county agencies in the board's annual meeting Monday night.

Johnson County Accepts Funds For Mentor Program

Johnson County's Commissioners approved and accepted $5,000 in additional grant funding from the Wyoming Department of Family Services to be used for the county's mentoring program.

More Buffalo Businesses Fail Alcohol, Tobacco Checks

The Buffalo Police Department performed more alcohol and tobacco compliance checks during May and early June, and a few businesses failed during each of the three separate checks.

Buffalo Council Approves First Read Of Setback Ordinance

Buffalo's City Council approved on first reading an Ordinance that will change city code concerning setbacks, density, and height requirements on lots within the city limits.

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