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09/01/14 02:18 AM
Given today is Labor Day, a national holiday, the Sheridan City Council will be meeting tomorrow night at the same time, 7 pm, for their meeting at City Hall. On the agenda, Council will see the transfer of a liquor license from Warehouse 201 to another entity. Council is expected to pass two resolutions concerning the West Loucks Reconstruction project.
08/30/14 05:39 AM
On the afternoon of August 2nd, an unmanned aircraft crashed into Grand Prismatic Spring in Yellowstone National Park. The craft was owned by Theodorus Van Vliet, from the Netherlands. Van Vliet cooperated with the investigation into the crash, but was charged with several violations of federal law, which means he could face fines up to $5,000 or six months in jail.
08/30/14 02:12 AM
The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce this week is warning businesses and customers that a man falsely representing himself as a Pacific Power employee is calling and asking folks to pay their bill over the phone. Do not give any personal information out over the phone if you are unaware who you are speaking to.
08/29/14 10:57 AM
Catch all the action of Sheridan Broncs Football tonight on 98.3 The Peak starting with the Pregame show at 5:30. You will hear player interviews with Broncs seniors Colbey Bruney and Joe Shassetz.  Get a game preview from both head coaches, and at the half get introduced to the new Sheridan High School Head Volleyball Coach Maureen McEwen.  Kick-off is scheduled for 6.
08/29/14 09:37 AM
Tonight begins the kick off event for Big Horn Heritage Days, which celebrates the 132nd anniversary of the town. Tonight at the Big Horn Smokehouse and Saloon, there will be live music on the patio stage starting at about 6 pm. Two performers are scheduled to appear, Tyler Pickrel and Tris Munsick & The Innocents. Tonight's event is free to the public.
08/29/14 02:49 AM
A little under half of the total amount of funds for the upcoming Out of the Darkness Community Walk in Sheridan has been raised. To date, $11,300 out of $25,000. The community walk, put on in part by the Wyoming chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, is set for next Saturday at 10 am, held in Grinnell Plaza in Sheridan.
State News

Death of a visitor following a fall is the second recorded in a week. Park personnel retrieved the body of a young girl from the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone after she fell to her death Sunday.

Yellowstone officials pulled the body of a missing employee from a treacherous part of the Yellowstone River Saturday.

The state of Wyoming is moving to intervene in a lawsuit filed by wild horse preservation groups opposing the federal government's plan to remove about 800 horses from areas in the southern part of the state.

Still no sign of a Yellowstone park employee who went missing Monday after illegally floating the Yellowstone River. 22 year old Darian Latty of Georgia and two peers dropped their inner tubes in the Lamar River and floated to the confluence with the Yellowstone.
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