Sculpture Damaged in Crash

An on-loan sculpture in Sheridan's public arts program was damaged when a driver lost control of an SUV on Sunday night.

Name Released From Weekend Fire Fatality

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder has officially released the name of the victim in the fatal house fire that occurred in Buffalo over the weekend.

Killed in the fire was John L. Knebel, 46, of Buffalo.

Enzi, Mead and UW Looking Ahead to Great Year in 2015

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For a while it was all around me and then poof, it was gone. I am referring to the year 2014.  How could a year go by that quickly?

Alas, this means it is time to offer up my 2015 predictions of what is going to happen. 

2014 Sheridan County Year in Review: 2nd Quarter

Today we continue our 2014 Year in Review for Sheridan County with a look back at some of the top stories covered during the second quarter.

Gillette-to-Denver Jet Flights Begin

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Jet flights between Gillette and Denver are scheduled to begin in February.

Public Welcome to State Inaugural

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Wyoming's Governor Matt Mead is inviting all residents of the state to attend the swearing-in ceremony and reception for the state's top five elected officials.

Weekend Fire In Buffalo Results in Fatality

Buffalo Fire Chief Gomer Gammon confirmed on Sunday that a structure fire in Buffalo Saturday night resulted in a fatality.

This Week's Poll Question

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The CIA has used “enhanced interrogation techniques” for years, especially after the 911 attacks. These techniques include sleep deprivation, simulated drowning, also know as waterboarding, humiliation, subjection to cold temperatures, slapping, and forced to sit in stressful positions.

Adults, Youth Use School Facilities After Hours

More than 5,700 adults and youth used Sheridan County School District 2 facilities after school hours through November of this year.

A Look Back in Time: Dec. 29, 1914

D.C. Frisbie, a rancher, was in Sheridan today.

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