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Poaching Case to be Discussed

In a recent poaching case, two men from out of state were sentenced to pay a fine and restitution totaling $21,000 for poaching trophy game animals on private land in Johnson and Sheridan counties, while the landowners who provided the two men with licenses were fined $200, each.

Game and Fish Seeks Information In Wanton Waste of Game Fish

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The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is seeking information that will lead to the apprehension of whoever illegally dumped nearly 400 game fish near Gillette in Campbell County. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Airport Manager Says Some TSA Equipment Still at Airport

Airport Manager John Stopka told Sheridan County commissioners this week that a majority of Transportation Security Administration equipment remains at the Sheridan County Airport even though personnel are gone.

Growing the Next Generation of Wilderness Leaders

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The Young Ambassadors for Wilderness otherwise known as YAW is in its second year and participation has doubled from last. A statewide leadership program to develop the next generation of wilderness leaders, Kate Seymour directs the program and explains.

Volunteer Dog Walkers Making a Difference

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For those dogs staying at the Sheridan Dog and Cat Shelter, it’s the volunteer dog walkers that make a difference in their lives. Debie Crawford, Shelter Director, says it’s a labor of love.

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Dedication Of Flag Pole At Buffalo City Hall This Weekend

Buffalo Building Inspector Toby Rhoades reported to the city council at their last meeting, saying the new flag pole at city hall had been installed and completed by local Boy Scout Aaron Seeman.

Buffalo Farmers Market Begins This Afternoon

The Buffalo Downtown Association Farmers Market will begin its summer 2015 run this afternoon and continue every Wednesday through the first week of September.

Commissioners Approve Fair Board To Use Excess Funds

Johnson County's Commissioners approved a request from the Fair Board to spend unused one-percent funds allocated to them in previous years for needed electrical upgrades at the fairgrounds.

A Look Back in Time: June 10, 1915

Fewer criminal cases are docketed for the June term of court than have been for several terms.

SheridanWyoming.com

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