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Discovering the Artist Within

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The Sagebrush Community Art Center held an “Uncorked” Workshop Wednesday night, featuring the step-by-step instruction of local artist Sonja Caywood. Teaching beginning painters, Caywood says artists are born at the Uncorked sessions.

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Buffalo Council Renews Agreement For Hydroelectric Facility

Buffalo's City Council, at their last regular meeting, approved a renewal for the Interconnection Agreement between the City of Buffalo and Pacificorp, for the city's diversion dam hydroelectric facility on Clear Creek.

Buffalo Teen To Compete In Scholarship Competition

Jordan Snyder, a 2015 graduate of Buffalo High School, will be representing Wyoming while competing in this year's Distinguished Young Women National Finals to be held June 25th through the 27th in Mobile, Alabama.

A Look Back in Time: June 12, 1915

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 12, 1915.

Courthouse Closed Because of Power Outage

The Sheridan County Courthouse is closed for this afternoon due to a power outage.

Mummies in Wyoming?

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Mummies are common in the ancient world but were there ever mummies in Wyoming?

In at least three cases the answer to that question is yes.

STORM UPDATE: Power's Been Restored

The overnight thunderstorm that's flooded parts of Sheridan County also caused a power outage at 5:30 this morning to about 3,100 customers of the Montana Dakota Utilities company.

Fish Dumping Suspect Has Been Identified

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A suspect has now been identified who could be responsible for the illegal dumping of nearly 400 fish near Gillette. Bud Stewart of the local Game and Fish office gave me the update on yesterday's Public Pulse show.

Pheasants Forever Saves the Chicks

When four inches of rain and hail flooded the brooder houses Friday night at the state Game and Fish bird farm south of Sheridan, a local group rallied to save the pheasant chicks that were housed there. Game official Bud Stewart gave us the details.

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