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Police Chief: Fair and Rodeo Events Went 'Exceptionally Well'

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder reported to the city council that Fair and Rodeo Week and all of the events associated with it had gone “exceptionally well” with no major issues and just one accident reported.

Commission Opens Bids For Modular At Historic Courthouse

At their last meeting, Johnson County's Commissioners opened the single bid they received for the modular trailer on the grounds of the historic courthouse.

Absentee Voting Running High

With a week remaining before the primary elections, more than 1,600 Sheridan County voters have opted to cast their ballots by absentee vote.

Custodial Concerns of Senior Guardians is Focus of Special Program

Concerns, questions and frustrations frequently arise for seniors raising children with limited custody rights and protections under the law, says Stella Montano, Family Caregiver Director at The Hub on Smith in Sheridan.

Gagliano Presents New Books at the Fulmer

Local Author Gene Gagliano will be making a special stop this Friday at the Sheridan Fulmer Library. Gagliano will be presenting on showing, not telling in writing, character creation, and using sensory triggers in story ideas for grades 1-8.

Fire Risk in the Bighorns Very High to Extreme

Due to the recent weather conditions experienced in the area, the fire danger on the Bighorn National Forest is at very high to extreme.

UW Seeks Public Comment on Tuition Recommendations

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The University of Wyoming seeks public comment on recommendations regarding student tuition for the 2019-20 academic year.

A High-Tech Move

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A well known manufacturing business that has been in Sheridan since 1989 may be moving into a new facility in North Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Kalif Klowns to Attend Regional Competition

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The Pacific Northwest Shrine Clown Association annual convention gets underway this week in Casper.

Crews Battle Several Fires Near Lame Deer

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According to a BIA release, there are several fires currently burning in the Lame Deer, MT area. Bureau of Indian Affairs Officials say that these wildfires are the result of a lightning burst Sunday evening on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation.

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