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03/02/15 01:57 PM
The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for Northeastern Wyoming, to be in effect tonight starting at 6 pm. The warning concludes Tuesday at noon. A slow moving system will be impacting our listening area this evening, bringing snow and limited visibility. Meteorologist Brian Tesar with the National Weather Service in Billings notes that there is another factor they are concerned about... Read more
03/02/15 01:27 PM
A home at 660 H Street in Ranchester was the scene of a fire late Sunday morning. Sheridan Fire Rescue, Rocky Mountain Ambulance, Ranchester Fire and SCSO all responded to the scene. 660 H Street is located on the southern end of Ranchester. SFR was dispatched at 11:43 am according to Captain Gary Harnish... Read more
03/02/15 09:37 AM
At age one, Gavin Maxwell of Sheridan was diagnosed with what is known as an alpha one antitrypsin deficiency. His father Willy Maxwell says the disorder is a protein deficiency that causes cirrhosis of the liver. For the past nine years, the family has been dealing with the deficiency, the only cure of which is a new liver. The progression of the disease can be slowed through medication, but not totally eliminated. Maxwell, in the last couple months has gotten sick, says Willy, causing health issues and his liver to begin to fail. This prompted Gavin to be placed on a liver transplant list on February 15th. Good news has come, says Willy... Read more
03/02/15 02:11 AM
Governor Matt Mead this weekend signed legislation which would give the state of Wyoming regulatory authority over Uranium. The act, known as HB27 relates to environmental quality. It gives the state the authority to regulate uranium mining and wastes associated with its recovery. Mead commented that the legislation is the first step toward cutting bureaucracy in the licensing process. He added that it gives the state the power to regulate uranium mining. Read more
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Press Release - With the season approaching when baby chicks and ducklings are typically bought and sold around the state, a Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) representative says even cute chicks can sometimes carry harmful germs. 
“While many animal species can carry salmonella bacteria, baby poultry, even if they appear healthy and clean, are a common source of the
Press Release - Please join the CAM-PLEX Heritage Center staff for the presentation of Gillette’s Got Talent on March 21, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. General Admission tickets are only $5. For more information, contact the CAM-PLEX Ticket Office at 307-682-8802 or visit our website at

The registration form, rules and regulations are available online at or
On February 26, 2015, following a two day trial, Dale Peden (51) was found guilty of one count of possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver.


The jury, consisting of four men and eight women, deliberated for approximately 1.5 hours.


Ronald E. Wirthwein, Jr., Campbell County and Prosecuting Attorney prosecuted the case. The Honorable Thomas W. Rumpke
Crime Stoppers needs your help in solving a burglary that occurred at 1801 E Warlow Dr. sometime between 1600 hours on 02-22-2015 and 1200 hours on 02-23-2015. During this time frame unknown suspect(s) forced entry into the residence by breaking out a back window. Items taken during the burglary include: a PlayStation4, PS4 controller, PS4 headset, an assortment of PS4 games, several Bluray
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