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Local Boys Meet Keith Urban

A couple of concert goers met Thursday night’s headliner at the music festival in Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

School Buses Shuttle Concert Goers from Local Hotels

Sheridan school buses will be seen traveling throughout town today and tomorrow shuttling people to and from the concert park at the north edge of town, for the Big Horn Country USA music festival.

Urban Wows Crowd, Sings Song with Local Girl

Country music star Keith Urban wowed the crowd for the opener of the local music festival. Sheridan Media’s Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

Police Command Post on Scene of Music Festival

Those taking in the Big Horn Country USA music festival at the Trails End Concert Park in Sheridan have probably noticed the big white Sheridan Police Command Post Trailer that is parked on the grounds of the concert park.

Local Crew Secures the Stage

An event like the Big Horn Country USA music festival succeeds in part because of many people who work behind the scenes to ensure that everything runs as smoothly as possible. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair talked to one of those behind-the-scenes people this week.

Concert Park Has 'New Look' For Events

The Trails End Concert Park off North Main Street in Sheridan has a new look for this year's Big Horn Country USA music event.

Big Horses Travel Well

Among visitors to this year's Big Horn Country USA are the internationally famed Budweiser Clydesdales. The big draft horses are performing nightly during the music festival at the Trails End Concert Park. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair filed a report about these special animals.

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Buffalo Council Opts To Keep Holland Street A Two-Way

Buffalo's City Council, at this week's meeting, chose to keep East Holland Street a two-way street instead of making it a one-way as requested by the owners of the Mansion House Inn and Motel.

Board of Equalization Dismisses Tax Protests

During their regular meeting this week, the Johnson County Commissioners, acting as the County Board of Equalization (BOE), dismissed two tax protests filed by county resident Clyde Snell concerning their property tax assessment.

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