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OUCH!! Once You Have Committed To Jumping Off a Diving Board, You Can't Back Out
These People Cheated Death With These Close Calls!!
Extreme Mountain Biking!!
Latest Happenings 
The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce is thanking everyone for attending the third annual Longmire Days this month. Longmire Days was estimated to be the largest and most attended event so far this year. Now that things are winding down, the Chamber is asking for your feedback. The Chamber wants to know the good, the bad, and yes, the ugly.
Downtown Sheridan Association Director Stacie Coe is moving on to a better position. Coe along with her staff, has taken the DSA to the heights it currently sits at as a respected organization in the community. Coe put in her resignation July 1st and will be taking a new position in town. Beth Holsinger at the DSA tells us more...
A new report from the Sightline Institute shows that the Bureau of Land Management, or BLM, needs to look at coal exports overseas when it considers fair market values for the resource. The report's author Clark Williams-Derry says the BLM is under pricing coal by ignoring exports...
The last week in July can only mean one thing for Buffalo, Fair and Rodeo time. This year's events began Sunday morning with the Dog Show. Results should start pouring into our inbox as soon as possible. Today's events start at 7 am with the free breakfast provided by Big Horn Co-Op. The horse show is at 8 am with 4H interviews and judging taking place at the same time.
The 38th Annual Dayton Days brought a lot of smiles, fun, and even some drenched cameras (mine) with it this year. The three day weekend featured all sorts of events, from those dealing with Cow pies to those dealing with cards. Hundreds turned out and many left positive comments across social media as to how this year didn't disappoint.
Three fires of significance are burning in the surrounding area in Northeastern Wyoming and south central Montana's Bighorn Mountains. The first of three reported fires is the Roane Creek Fire, located on the Lovell side of the mountains, about 2 1/2 miles south of US 14A near Pete's Hole. The fire, believed to be lightning caused, is now being overseen by about 95 personnel. This includes three helicopters, one water tender, three 20-person hand crews, other firefighters, as well as personnel supporting the aircraft and other crew members.
State News

The City of Cody has extended an offer of employment to one of four City Administrator candidates. The employment offer was made to current General Manager of the Joint Powers Board in Green River, Wyoming, Barry Cook.

The felony case involving one man biting-off a portion of another man's nose in a Cody bar is speeding-up. Last July, Cody Police responded to the Silver Dollar Bar after receiving report of an alleged assault.

Two fires on the Shoshone National Forest are contained as a third grew to more than 1,000 acres over the weekend. Officials contained the eight acre Dilworth fire Wednesday. Friday afternoon, crews were able to contain the five acre Moss Creek Fire that was burning north of Highway 14-16-20,

After a year of believing the project to be dead, Wapiti residents turned-out in force Thursday for the second meeting on a proposed water pipeline. A year ago, legislators were trying to introduce an amendment that would fund the study of the construction of a water system in Wapiti.
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