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03/28/15 05:30 PM
At least two fires were (as of 5:30 pm) continuing to burn in Sheridan County this afternoon, but they were not the only two reported. A cold front moved into the area around 4 pm, bringing smoke from a fire in Red Lodge, Montana to the area. Interstate 90 between Laurel and Park City in Montana was closed due to zero visibility according to KULR and the Montana Highway Patrol. Several accidents resulted, and traffic was at a stand still there. Read more
Courtesy Wyoming Game and Fish
03/28/15 03:07 AM
Sheridan County businesswoman Carrie Little was elected as the new Vice President of the Wyoming Game and Fish Commission at a meeting this week in Newcastle. She will serve under new President Charles Price, from Sublette County. Both Little and Price were appointed by Governor Matt Mead in 2011. After appointing new officers, the Commission preliminarily approved their fiscal year 2016 budget, final approval of which will come in July. Read more
03/28/15 02:58 AM
About 1,800 acres of prescribed burns are scheduled to take place as early as April in the Medicine Wheel/Paintrock Ranger Districts of the Bighorn National Forest, according to a media release. The burns are planned for the Beaver Creek Area near Hunt Mountain, as well as Mathews Ridge northeast of Hyattville. In addition to this burn, 1,500 acres are planned in the Prospect Creek area near Granite Pass and Schuler Park, northwest of Burgess Junction. This is part of the Tongue Ranger District. Read more
03/27/15 10:11 AM
Earlier this week we heard from Buffalo City Planner Lynn Barrett, but as is per the norm, she wasn't the only department head to speak during the City Council meeting last week. City Attorney Ben Kirven followed, stating he had an update on the south tank waterline project. Kirven noted he will have three easements for the waterline, completing those needed to proceed for the project. Kirven said he is confident he will receive the easements. Read more
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Press Release - At 6:12 a.m. on March 27th, the Campbell County Fire Department responded to 1926 Harvest Moon for a reported fire alarm activation, sprinkler flow. It was soon upgraded to a working structure fire after neighbors reported a fire in the rear of the building. Upon arrival we found a four-plex apartment building with fire and heat damage in a lower unit, back porch area. A
March 27th, 2014 – A 46-year-old male was given a citation for reckless endangerment, after the beam from a laser pointer struck a police officer in his eyes twice. Lieutenant Chuck Deaton said the officer was driving his police car when both incidents occurred. The suspect was contacted on the 2500 block of Ledoux Avenue. The man initially denied having the laser pointer. He agreed to a
Charges were filed yesterday in Park County against three suspects in connection with the murder of Juan Antonio Guerra-Torrest whose decapitated body was found on January 9, 2014 on Little Sand Coulee Road, near Clark.
March 26th - At 9:23 p.m. officers with the Gillette Police Department responded to the 600 block of E Second Street. Lieutenant Chuck Deaton said they were investigating an online post of escort services. A 52-year-old male was contacted leaving a hotel room. Deaton said the man was cited after admitting to paying for a prostitute. A 26-year-old woman was contacted at the hotel room. Deaton said
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